Images of people being pat down at airports is fueling debate over what security is appropriate at airports and what goes too far.
If you have seen any of the video of the pat downs of people and their private areas you can't help but question how intrusive it is. And you may even be a little angry that this is what air travel has come to in the U.S.
The Transportation Security Administration says the pat downs are necessary if people don't want to go through the full body scanners. Those scanners show an image of your body, which they say is then destroyed.
So what do you think about all of this? Do you think these security methods are appropriate, do you think they will make airline travel safer, or do you think the TSA needs to revamp the system and come up with something new?
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