We aren't really all that far away from this with those new back-scatter machines that show more than TSA seems willing to admit to.
Already there was one well publicized physical fight between TSA employees when one was teased about the size of "something" after going through such a device as part of a training exercise. So, all those claims about blurry images and so forth seem a bit, well, like BP talking about the hole they drilled in the earth.
It is only a matter of time before criminals start snatching photos and selling the images on-line. And, it won't need to be TSA employees who break the law. It could be electronics techs from the companies that build and service these complex machines.