The Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) – a nonprofit group focused on civil rights and privacy interests – has brought a FOIA case to demand the public release of thousands of body-scan images of air travelers.
I realize that the goal of the public release of thousands of images is to influence public opinion on the use of body-scanners. I gather the idea is that by forcing the government to disclose the images, more people will get upset about them. In turn, that can help lead to a change in policy in which the body-scan images are less likely to be made in the first place. Still, this strikes me as a somewhat odd step for a privacy group. (source)
In the meantime, a judge has ruled that the government has no obligation under the Freedom of Information Act to produce the images to the plaintiffs.