Mittwoch, 18. April 2012
What can be said about people who voluntarily apply for service at body scanners? How it is ensured that not just those people are included in the airport security service, who feel a special, intimate pleasure when looking at nude pictures of strangers who are or were in there presence? Has the limit to personal abuse of the image data (or of the strip-search task) ever been legally defined? The press law is strict when it comes to publication of nude photographs against the wishes of those affected. What do people do who have daily contact with nude portraits due to their service tasks, with those images entrusted to them? The official, government insurance on privacy and data erasure can probably be forgotten about. Or is it so that security staff are frisked each day on if they carry and/or use a personal digital camera (mobile phone!)? I doubt it. Nude body scanning is not only pointless, it is a mockery and humiliation of the citizens, whom the government, on top, tells its spiteful little of the pressing need to improve human rights in other countries. Besides: Was there any personal acquaintance or relationship between the "terrorist", whose behavior has led to introduction of these exposure apparatuses, and the manufacturers of these devices ?
"Buy the latest nude scans - now of Celebrities, too" - "I take twice Heidi Klum, please!" (2010).
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