Electronic Privacy Information Center organizes request by leading technologists to halt National Security Agency's domestic surveillance. They're trying a novel argument from a 2011 lawsuit.
The Transport Security Administration says its techies have failed to create software that would allow passengers to appears less naked when going through scanners, so it is removing the devices.
You're in the security line at the airport, and it's choose-your-own-adventure time. Do you go with the scanner or the pat-down?
A 3D body-scanning initiative announced by the retail chain Target Australia has attracted extensive media interest.
A blogger claims that the TSA's body scanners can be duped by strapping metal objects to your side, rather than to your front or back.
A new scanner out of England can not only tell you how obese you are, but exactly where those numerous high-tea buffets have distributed themselves. Ouch.
Excerpts from today's hearing before the Senate Homeland Security committee, during which TSA Administrator John Pistole says new procedures are "there to protect you."
This week, we play around with Apple's new 11-inch MacBook Air; debate the latest Samsung Galaxy Tab pricing news; and decide if we're comfortable with full-body scanners coming to NYC airports.
Apple has a big press event this week, so naturally we're in full-on prediction mode, especially when it comes to 11-inch MacBook Air laptops.
Big Brother may be watching air travelers more closely than ever, but at least he's not subjecting you to as much radiation as what you choose to be exposed to once up in the air.