TSA defends full-body scanners at airport checkpoints

USA Today quotes Marc Scribner's statement on the Transportation Security Administration's rule to use full body scanners. 

Marc Scribner, a fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, a non-profit group that advocates limited government, said all the pages and all the words fail to justify using equipment many travelers oppose. His group, which sued TSA for deploying the machines without a formal rule, is evaluating its next move.

“The TSA simply fails to understand the extent to which people dislike body scanners,” Scribner said. “The TSA raised more questions than answers. We’re not particularly satisfied.”

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