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Full Body Scanner Market - Global Forecast to 2022

The report Full Body Scanner Market by Application (Transport, Critical Infrastructure), Technology (Image Processing & Modelling, 3D Body Scanners), Systems (Millimeter, Backscatter), Region (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific) – Global Forecast to 2022″ 663 more words

Market Analysis

Nova Scotia looking to buy body scanners to cut down on goods smuggled into jails

A tender has been issued by the province of Nova Scotia asking for proposals for full-body transmission X-ray scanning systems, or body scanners, to be used in the province’s correctional facilities. 595 more words

Canada

London police investigating death of inmate at EMDC

London police have confirmed an inmate died Thursday morning at the Elgin-Middlesex Detention Centre (EMDC).

Officers were called to the provincial jail at 7:30 a.m. An unidentified man was later pronounced dead. 377 more words

Canada

Full Body Scanner Market worth 328.2 Million USD by 2022

A new market research report  has been published by Research and Markets forecasting that the Full Body Scanner Market, by Application, Technology, System and Region will be worth 328.2 Million USD by 2022… 290 more words

News

Most Common Misconceptions About TSA

The good, old TSA (Transportation Security Administration)…others may like to refer to as “Thousands Standing Around”, “Toiletry Search Agency”, “Total Scam Artist”, “Thuggish Stupid As*holes” or any other creative or insulting acronyms one may or can seem to come up with, has definitely earned its bad rep, from drug busts, to body scanners, to thefts, to inappropriate pat downs, and etc.  1,259 more words

Travel

Fully Briefed: Can TSA Refuse Body Scanner Opt-Outs?

This blog began in 2010 to document my lawsuit against the beginning of the TSA’s body scanner program.  From that time until 2015, the body scanner was “optional” for all passengers — so long as you didn’t mind being molested by a blue-gloved screener during their “full-body pat-downs.”  This was part of the reason that no court has struck down these body scanners as unconstitutional: because, they say, passengers are… 536 more words

TSA

Artis Micropia - The Museum of Microbes

A blog post by Filmena Zurlo
MA Art Gallery and Museum Studies, University of Manchester

Micropia is a one of its kind museum devoted to microbiology, where visitors are invited to explore the invisible world of microscopic organisms and learn how they are essential for the environment and human survival, although some can be harmful and cause disease. 513 more words

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