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Protest full-body airport scans with 4th Amendment underclothes

His & Her #4A Constitution underclothes protest TSA full-body scan at airports  #IoT #gamedev

  • You can do so by wearing some 4th Amendment underclothes.
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  • Print the 4th Amendment to the United States Constitution in metallic ink on a shirt or underwear.
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The full-body scanners currently in use across airports are seen as an invasion of privacy, and possibly a health hazard too. You can opt for a pat down instead, but new rules with those means they can be quite intrusive.

@PiratePartyHI: His & Her #4A Constitution underclothes protest TSA full-body scan at airports #IoT #gamedev

The full-body scanners currently in use across airports are seen as an invasion of privacy, and possibly a health hazard too. You can opt for a pat down instead, but new rules with those means they can be quite intrusive.

So rather than opting out, why not protest while your scan is being carried out? You can do so by wearing some 4th Amendment underclothes.

It’s a simple yet effective idea. Print the 4th Amendment to the United States Constitution in metallic ink on a shirt or underwear. The scanners pick up any metal objects on your person, so the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) employee viewing the scan images will get a face full of text which reads:

Amendment IV – The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.

The message on underwear can be the same or something is a little less subtle, but just as informative:

It looks as though stock is limited through supplier 4th Amendment Wear, but these are sure to be popular with travelers not happy with these intrusive scans.

Protest full-body airport scans with 4th Amendment underclothes

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