Scanners in the Airports.

@alpha7 (1910)
France
August 10, 2008 5:50am CST
What do you think of Countries installing scanners in their Airports these days,do you think this can help them to stop drug pushers or terrorist before entering into the Air plane? Personally, i think this method will save time in checking persengers because instead of the normal psychological control that used to be in place,the scanner does all now without talking to anybody.Infact i heard that there is now an installation in the International Airports in the UK whereby their Citizens do not neccessily pass through a human control to be check,it's a biotechnology,you just look through a machine and it wiill detect who you are and process other things. Let me have your own view about this new technics in checking persengers.
2 responses
@maximax8 (28285)
• United Kingdom
10 Aug 08
I prefer to see staff checking in passengers for flights, examining luggage and looking at passports. I think that a scanner could go wrong and they must be so expensive to install indeed. I think that terrorists do unusual things so a scanner might not pick them out. I think in the future finger prints may be used to check that there will no be any dangerous passengers on board. I already feel cross about not being able to take any water on the plane with me due to the restrictions on liquids. Airports have changed a lot in the last five years and I think they will continue to change.
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@alpha7 (1910)
• France
10 Aug 08
THings have change alot after the 9/11 attack on the twin building (WTC),in NY. The changes continues and we can see more violations to human right as well been practised everywhere using terrorism as an excuse. The main people will never be challenged because of fear of what they might do to them or the Countries involved.Where are we going?
@riyasam (16578)
• India
10 Aug 08
i do not think they can stop crooks.they may find out other crooked ways but scanners is a good idea.at least the government has taken a positive step in controlling terrorism.
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@alpha7 (1910)
• France
10 Aug 08
One new technic brings about millions of new skills to beat the technology,and don't know where we are going.