If you traveled through Newark Airport yesterday, chances are no one saw your naughty parts! (Unless you're into that sort of thing.) According to the Post, Newark was the first area airport to implement the "why-didn't-we-do-this-initially" step of using computer software that shows drastically less detail in their full-body scanners. Presumably the only people upset by the move are those who really feel the need for other people to scope out their 8-Minute Abs.

Instead of going through the humiliating ordeal of having your nude body looked at by an invisible TSA employee in another room, the new system will display prohibited items as yellow boxes on a generic human frame. Next up (hopefully) on the TSA's docket: a little common courtesy training and a screening of their own employees. No word on whether the TSA will stop giving us the stink eye when it takes an extra minute to take the contents of our pockets out of those little grey bins.