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I believe the use of full-body scanners at airports are necessary to help prevent future attacks to our country. For those who complain about our rights being invaded, full-body scanners are unnecessary, or child pornography laws to name a few must not care or remember why we are implementing these security measures. Our country has been attacked and many Americans gave their life unknowingly. The protection of our country is necessary and to be delayed at the airport to ensure you or others are not a terrorist, hi-jacker or just someone wanting to do harm to others is necessary and should not be taken lightly. "jsalv"

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