As seen in: Total Recall (1990)
Not even 25 years after the release of Total Recall, full body scanners went from science fiction to daily reality for air travellers. Rather than show off your skeleton like the scanners in the film, the actual scanners stop at the skin, revealing your naked body, embarrassing and protecting citizens all in one quick scan.
The scanners were not beloved by privacy groups, leading to (wait for it) a total recall of the devices. As of June 1, all of the so-called "backscatter" machines were removed from airports, after widespread discomfort and overwhelming protests. Apparently, effective non-pornographic scanning isn't currently possible, as the TSA could not meet newly passed Congressional standards. Until they can fix this nudity, we'll just have to settle for being groped by gloved hands when we fly.