TSA to use less invasive body scanners
NBC NEWS — The Transportation Safety Administration is updating its imaging software at airports to increase passenger privacy.
The new software on body scanners will eliminate passenger-specific images. With the new software, screeners will see a generic outline of a person's body on a monitor attached to a scanner.
The software will also detect metallic and non-metallic concealed items.
TSA officials say the new imaging software will improve the passenger experience at checkpoint.