http://news.cnet.com/8301-31921_3-20012583-281.html For the last few years, federal agencies have defended body scanning by insisting that all images will be discarded as soon as they're viewed. The Transportation Security Administration claimed last summer, for instance, that "scanned images cannot be stored or recorded." Now it turns out that some police agencies are storing the controversial images after all. The U.S. Marshals Service admitted this week that it had surreptitiously saved tens of thousands of images recorded with a millimeter wave system at the security checkpoint of a single Florida courthouse. I wonder what will come out of this. This is a major breach of trust with the flying public. I would hope some heads roll, this type of stuff starts up high; I am not suggesting the White House. I am suggesting someone high up in the US Marshall's service needs to take a walk. They already knew the public didn't trust them and now they reinforce the idea that that as a whole the government cannot be trusted. I still don't understand why they cannot use software to remove the human from the picture and leave everything else, something akin to what the Running Man (or was that Total Recall) security system was shown as.