The New Yorker reports on the latest achievements in anatomy that allow "almost anyone to look inside the bodies of anonymous people and, occasionally, of people with names." The story details how the body of a death-row inmate, Joseph Paul Jerrigan, has been converted into an electronic image and made available on thousands of web sites. The author explains the new technology that allows this conversion, and looks at questions concerning ethics and privacy.
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