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The images generated, said Lara Uselding, are too blurred to show the anatomy clearly.
Furthermore, she added, the images are only seen by a security worker in a secluded room, who has no contact with the person being examined.
Faces are obscured automatically, she said, and the images are not archived - even if they do show the presence of a hidden weapon.
JFK's scanner was put in at a checkpoint used by the US airlines American Eagle and American Airlines, as well as international carriers Malev (of Hungary), Jet Airways (of India) and Finnair (of Finland).
Introduction of the technology, Uselding commented, was delayed.
"We waited to roll this technology out to address some privacy concerns", she said.
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