TSA has officially changed its requirements for airport security screening of children, MSNBC reports.
Passengers have been in an uproar about TSA's policy toward child screening, thanks in part to videos like the one above. Now, TSA screeners must "make repeated attempts to screen young children without using invasive pat-downs," said TSA chief John Pistole. And the agency is working on developing an entirely new pat-down system for children.
Until that time, screeners have to find another way to make sure children aren't a security risk. And, best of luck to them in that vague task.