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Do the pros of airport security body scanners outweigh the cons?

  • They protect people

    Although most people may not bring weapons on airplanes, how would you like it if you or other passengers died on an airplane, just because YOU didn't want to wait in line. And if the plane was damaged or destroyed, then the plane companies would have to pay for it.

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  • No. No airport sucurity

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  • While Body Searchers may be invasive, they still do their job.

    It was 2004 when 2 Chechan suicidal terrorists boarded planes with bombs in their underclothes. They had no Airport Body Searchers back then! This is the reason why we need body searchers! There were approximately 134 killed between the 2 terrorist attacks. We don't want this to happen again! It's a potential threat that terrorists board planes, unchecked, with bombs or other explosives or weapons concealed under their clothes. We'll save lives if we just suck it up and comply!

  • It is about public safety

    Yes, I think that the pros of airport security body scanner outweigh the cons. They are a pain to get through and seem to more of a hindrance, but in reality is all about public safety. When things do not go well people look for more security, but in the day to day living we become complacent. The scanner is a necessary evil.

  • The Pros of airport security body scanners outweight the cons

    It is my opinion that the airport security body scanners have more pros than cons. By being able to scan a person's body, these scanners can detect if they are a potential threat to any flight. This security measure saves countless lives, and is more important than a small violation of personal privacy.

  • Safety In Public Must Prevail

    Commercial flight is a privilege not a right, and it is integral for a modern and sophisticated economy. For people who would value their own privacy and dignity over the safety of others do not belong on airplanes because the nature of a commercial flight is about the group or community. It is a public space and individuals cannot compromise other people's safety for the sake of their own modesty.

  • They feel people up

    People feel misused and abused when people attack them
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  • They feel people up

    People feel misused and abused when people attack them
    people feel misused and abused when people attack them
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    people feel misused and abused when people attack them
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  • They feel people up

    People feel misused and abused when people attack them
    people feel misused and abused when people attack them
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    people feel misused and abused when people attack them
    people feel misused and abused when people attack thempeople feel misused and abused when people attack them

  • Another money deal here

    Who says it is beneficial? That is correct, the people that manufacture the body scanners. Nothing has actually been accomplished from having these procedures other than a violation of a persons body and to what pay off? It does not over weigh the cons as there are no pros to compare and weigh.

  • No evidence, no privacy

    As a security officer at the airport I believe that there is no evidence that this will stop any trafficking or terror attack, it is so intrusive to an individual's privacy, the machine allows an individual to see another person who goes through it essentially naked. And also the amount of radiation that it release can cause many big problems to people flying regularly .

  • No, the pros of airport security body scanners do not outweigh the cons.

    I think that the security body scanners that are being used in airports today are a terrible breach of privacy. I think that the pros of such measures do not outweigh the cons. People should have the right to privacy when they travel. I think that traditional tactics are still useful in airports.


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