Some business travelers cut back on flying to avoid security measures

11/30/2010 | USA Today

Many frequent fliers say they oppose the Transportation Security Administration's use of full-body scanners and its new pat-down method, with some choosing to cut back on flying rather than submit themselves to such procedures. In a survey of its well-traveled "Road Warriors" panel, USA TODAY found that 58% reject invasive pat-downs and 40% oppose full-body scans. Still, some in the group noted that the procedures are necessary, even though they find them invasive.

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