The government is storing naked images of you

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The perverted sickos at the Transportation Security Administration, the same ones that find it a capital offense to put your laptop and your cell phone in the same bin, have been secretly storing pictures of your naked, shoeless body. A flurry of reports this week has revealed that the government has saved at least 35,000 nudes, all of which were scanned from security checkpoints. 

Here's one disturbing example of what the sexual deviants have been keeping on their computers:

The TSA has long claimed that their computers lack the technology to save and keep such disgustingly grainy porn (which, come to think of it, doesn't bode well for our national security). But according to CNET, Big Brother finally discovered where the "Export Image" function is. I don't even want to think about what would happen if the government found out about Photoshop CS5, which would allow them to do more than this: 

The controversy is currently being dubbed the "Naked Scanner Scandal," a tag we have mixed feelings about but, ultimately, aren't mad at.