If making sure the guy next to me underpants don't explode on my next flight is to let some poor TSA operator see me nekkid in the backscatter machine I say that's fine.
Heck, give 'em hazard pay for having to view me.
Better airport scanners delayed by privacy fears
The body-scanning technology is in at least 19 U.S. airports, while European officials have generally limited it to test runs.
Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, the Nigerian accused of trying to ignite explosives aboard a Northwest Airlines jet as it was coming in for a landing in Detroit, did not go through such a scan where his flight began, at Amsterdam's Schiphol airport.