The TSA is assuring its latest measure will not single-out passengers discriminately, is only testing for explosive particles (not, say, illegal drugs), and will act to ensure false positives are handled respectfully (i.e. innocent gardeners who trigger the red light because their hands are dusted with suspect fertilizer arent handcuffed in front of the whole terminal). Regardless, while you shouldnt need another excuse to wash your hands, wed recommend doing so before leaving home on your next flight.
While most of you are OK with full body scanners, it appears more physically invasive methods of airline security are on the rise, combining varying types of new technology in the battle against bombs. Considering the needle-in-a-haystack, hit-or-miss approach, do you feel like all these random searches are getting out of hand? Or do you trust the TSAs efforts to be more comprehensive are the best possible protection?