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Two companies, Rapiscan and L-3 Communications, supply airport scanners that were criticized as being electronic strip searches. L-3 has added privacy-protection software to eliminate graphic images; Rapiscan is still working on that.

M. Spencer Gree/Associated Press/File 2010

Two companies, Rapiscan and L-3 Communications, supply airport scanners that were criticized as being electronic strip searches. L-3 has added privacy-protection software to eliminate graphic images; Rapiscan is still working on that.

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OSI Systems’ Rapiscan unit, a supplier of airport body scanners, may have falsified tests of software intended to stop the machines from recording graphic images of travelers, said Representative Mike Rogers, Republican of Alabama. Rapiscan said it could not have manipulated testing because the government controlled it. An investigation is underway.

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