Compulsory full-body scans for Aus

Passengers passing through Australian airports will have no choice but to undergo a full body scan or cancel their travel plans under new laws the Federal Parliament hopes to introduce later this week.

With scanner installation expected in all international airports across the country from July this year, the Government has pushed for the approval of the proposed Aviation Security Amendment Bill 2012 that will remove the pat down option and make it mandatory for passengers selected to participate to undergo a full body scan, reported.

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