The Transportation Security Administration plans to implement new full body imaging scanners that are more sensitive and less invasive. The new body scanners only show a gingerbread-like image, unlike previous versions that displayed an anatomically-detailed image, leading critics to refer the machines as "porno scanners."

The TSA is already using the new body scanners at airports in Baltimore, Memphis and Washington D.C. The agency plans to install the new machines at 40 airports at a cost of $2.7 million.

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