From: Keith A. Clay (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Apr 15 1996 - 18:33:55 EDT
** Reply to note from Bob Erck <email@example.com> 04/15/96 12:49pm -0600
Having worked for a software company which required me to travel to do system
installs, I never had any problems with airport x-ray machines. I have put
nine-track tapes (the big ones), 4mm DATs, 8mm catridges and various types of
floppies. Never once did I have a problem. I do remember that when airport
security was tightened, it was not uncommon for the security personnel to ask that
my laptop be shown to be operational even after the x-ray machine.
After logging tens of thousands of miles and taking 100's of various types of
magnetic media through airport security, I never found the x-ray machine to be a
problem (though I never took them through the metal detector for obvious reasons.)
But, as always, your mileage may vary.
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