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timothy from the if-not-for-you-pesky-non-kids dept.
An anonymous reader writes with a not-unexpected followup to one of the break-ins of the century, when a group of curious scientists decided to see what was left of the uncompleted giant collider project in East . From the article: "A team of four physicists was arrested this morning at the headquarters of the American Physical Society (APS) in College Park, MD.
officers from the Department of Homeland Security entered the building around 8:30 a.m. and detained the suspects without
. The group is charged with breaking and entering a secure government facility, destruction of government property, stealing national secrets and parking illegally."
A language that doesn't affect the way you think about programming is
not worth knowing.