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Would you rather pose for a nude photograph or be groped by a federal employee? To hear many fliers these days, those are the only two choices for air passengers as the Transportation Security Administration installs full-  at  and introduces a more invasive pat-down technique that some have likened to sexual molestation. We’re not wild about the new methods either, but they’re a necessary evil in the era of suicide bombers who board planes with chemical explosives in their underwear.

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Objections to the enhanced procedures are many and varied. Some center on the , which are increasingly replacing metal detectors at  terminals, and for good reason — old-style detectors can’t find the plastic or chemical bombs favored by today’s terrorists. Yet the new  effectively peer through passengers’ clothing, earning them the nickname “porno ” from such groups as We Won’t Fly, a grass-roots consumer organization. Passengers fear that the nearly nude images will be saved and disseminated, or they are just uncomfortable with the idea of a security screener peering at their . Others fret that the  pose a health risk. And then there are those, such as software engineer John Tyner, who refuse the scans, only to be confronted with an even worse alternative: the new TSA pat-down, which leaves no area of the  unexplored.

Tyner became a YouTube star last weekend after he recorded his encounter with security officers at San Diego International  on his cellphone and posted it online. In the audio-only recording, a TSA employee explains the search technique, which involves running a hand up the leg to the crotch in front and back, to which Tyner responds, “If you touch my junk, I’ll have you arrested.” Things go downhill from there, with Tyner eventually being threatened with a civil lawsuit for leaving the terminal without submitting to the search. And although Tyner might now be the most famous search objector, he is far from the only one; the Electronic Privacy Information Center has filed suit claiming that the scans violate the 4th Amendment’s ban on unreasonable searches, and airline pilots unions are complaining volubly.

There’s no bright line to indicate where our quest for security becomes intolerably invasive of our privacy, but we’re still pretty sure the TSA hasn’t yet crossed it. Although the pat-downs are seriously embarrassing, they’re also usually voluntary — to avoid them, you just have to go through the . And fears about the have been overblown.

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Images from the  are viewed in a separate room by an officer who never sees the passenger, whose face is automatically blurred. The TSA says the images cannot be saved, stored or printed, but privacy advocates are skeptical; the U.S. Marshals Service admitted saving 35,000 images from a full- at a Florida courtroom this summer. Having seen the less-than-titillating images produced by the , we doubt that they’ll show up on Internet porn sites anytime soon — or that even if they did, the subjects in them would be remotely recognizable.

Equally shrug-worthy are the complaints about safety. About half the machines being deployed use X-ray technology that exposes passengers to radiation, yet the amount is so tiny — it would take 5,000 trips through the  to equal the exposure of a single chest X-ray — that it’s hard to take seriously as a health risk. Fliers are exposed to cosmic radiation during their flights that’s many times the level of exposure from the .

The quest to keep up with terrorists’ shifting methods never ends; as soon as you block one potential attack route, terrorists often find another. In reaction to the new high-tech scans, suicide bombers may well switch to buses and trains rather than airplanes, or airborne killers might resort to inserting explosives into their cavities, where the machines can’t detect them. So, it’s reasonable to ask, what’s next? Anal probes at the ? It’s safe to say that if the TSA gets to that point, it will have crossed the line, and it might be time to explore less invasive methods. Meanwhile, though, a full- scan isn’t a terribly high price to pay for a measure of peace of mind.

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Of course, that’s not good enough for groups like We Won’t Fly. It is promoting a mass protest on Nov. 24, the day before Thanksgiving, urging fliers to opt out of the full- . This will subject them to the far more intrusive and time-consuming pat-down instead, and if many people participate, it will render the traditionally long pre-Thanksgiving delays at  positively unbearable — and all because a few excessively -conscious individuals are uncomfortable with a scan that’s little more taxing or dangerous than going through a metal detector. The new scans might not be foolproof, but they’ll spot more dangerous materials than the old detectors and keep passengers safer. If you can’t handle such a minor inconvenience, perhaps you should stay on the ground.

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