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Klausur Nr.1
3rd March 2010

Analysis: summarise the following text in English
Text: http://www.spiegel.de/politik/deutschland/0,1518,670113,00.html (gekürzt)

The article published in the German magazine „Der Spiegel“ is about the dispute of the use of bodyscanners. After a man was successful by bringing a bomb on bord of a plane last Christmas some countries again began to use bodyscanners. But there are some people who now say that these bodyscanners are against the right of protection against child-pornography. They want that children under the age of eighteen don´t have to pass these scanners. Exceptions of course must be possible but then the situation has to be more dangerous than it is now. At the moment bodyscanners aren´t used officialy neither in Germany then in Great Britan but the EU parliament wants to allow bodyscanners in the EU due to a modern version in which the scanners don´t show persons completely nacked. Last but not least other persons also want a law which say that it´s forbidden to give the informations away.

The following text is a summary of an internet article about new bodyscanners. People in Britain have doubts because of their personal rights.
Activists mean that the new bodyscanners hurt the law. The text informs us about an airport in Manchester where the bodyscanners are tested but only for people who are older than 18 years old. That was a decision of “Action for Rights of Children”. The text tells us theat bodyscanners are not official in Britain and Germany. The government explained that they wait for the second generation of bodyscanners. Perhaps they protect more the privacy of people. Peter Schaar explained in the “Frankfurter Rundschau” that is not enough that you can´t see naked people on the monitors anymore.  The protector of data (Peter Schaar) criticizes that the police decides about the personal rights in context to the development of bodyscanners.
In contrast, Klaus-Heiner Lehne (CDU) wants that until spring, bodyscanners are allowed in the EU. In his view the modern bodyscanners don´t show people naked. Since Christmas there´s a new discussion about bodyscanners, because there was a plain, in which a terrorist tried to make an explosion. On the airport in Amsterdam nobody noticed him.

The text is about the dispute of personal rights. The reason for this dispute are the new bodyscanners preparing to be used on airports. Activists are arguing that these bodyscanners might break laws, e.g. the children security law of 1978. Quotations out of a newspaper say that the danger has to be more specific and the videos mustn´t get official, especially if the passengers are famous. The first generation of bodyscanners isn´t actually used neither in Britain nor in Germany. “I´ve never seen a device right now, that does save the personality rights” said Peter Schaar, the governmental actor for information security. He demands, that the bodyscanners have to get better developed in a technical manner. But there are not only critics against the use of bodyscanners. Klaus-Heiner Lehne for example supplies the use of bodyscanners. According to a quotation out of the newspaper “Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung” he thinks that it is a completely new situation after the prevented attack of Detroit.  The dispute has started again after a 23 years old Nigerian tried to detonate e bomb on board of a plane. He didn´t have any difficulties to smuggle his bomb on board of the machine.

Wenn man die neuesten Entwicklungen bezüglich der Sprachmittlungsaufgaben berücksichtigt, könnte hier eine Aufgabe so lauten:
Summarise the given article and relate the arguments given in the English text to it (do they verify or falsify the German text?).




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