Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Time to Dig Into Chertoff's Business


A cheap and simple fix in the computer software of new airport scanners could silence the uproar from travelers who object to the so-called virtual strip search, according to a scientist who helped develop the program at one of the federal government's most prestigious institutes.

It was designed, perfected, (and patent application filed) while Chertoff was running TSA.

And it was circular-filed immediately.

Now Mickey (Mouse) Chertoff is doing bigbucks pushing Rapiscan.

HT: Just One Minute

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