More airports get body scanners

Two U.S. airports recently received the Transportation Security Administration's full-body scanners. Capital Region International Airport in Lansing, Mich., and the Tallahassee Regional Airport in Florida will now use the scanners to screen travelers. California's John Wayne Airport will receive the scanners in coming months. The scanners are equipped with software that produces generic images of travelers to protect privacy.

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