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Argument: Airport body-scanners violate cultural sensitivities

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Arthur Weinreb. "Full-body scanners; it's just common sense." Canada Free Press. January 8, 2010: "The real privacy argument is of course that some people will be deterred from flying due to 'cultural (read, Muslim) sensitivities' to being seen naked especially by members of the opposite sex."

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