Argument: Security personnel viewing scans are in different room
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James Carafano. "I'll take the full-body scan." Washington Post, Post Partisan. January 4, 2010: "The rights groups leave the impression that your business will be bared for inspection right there in front of everyone. Not true. The images are viewed in a secure room away from the security checkpoint and they are destroyed once each passenger is cleared."
USA Today reported in a December 2009 article: "Scott Shafer of Phoenix didn't mind a screener looking at him underneath his shorts and polo shirt from a nearby room. The door is kept shut and blocked with floor screens. 'I don't know that person back there. I'll never seem them,' Shafer said. 'Everything personal is taken out of the equation.'"