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The Hitchhiker's Guide to CERN

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The Staff Rules and Regulations are absurdly vague, so if you do something CERN doesn't like, the rules can likely be retroactively defined in such a way as to ensure that you have broken them in some way. CERN computing rules are defined in Operational Circular Number 5. If you break a CERN "rule" and do so using CERN computer systems, then CERN'll automatically say that you've broken the computing rules too. CERN records a great deal, including every visible interaction you have with the internet and which Wi-Fi access points you are using, so, you should consider protecting yourself.
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The Staff Rules and Regulations are very vague. If you do something CERN doesn't like, the rules can be effectively retroactively defined in such a way that you have broken them in some way. CERN computing rules are defined in Operational Circular Number 5. If you break a CERN rule and do so using CERN computer systems, then CERN'll likely automatically say that you've broken the computing rules too. CERN records a great deal, including every visible interaction you have with the internet and which Wi-Fi access points you are using. You should consider protecting yourself.
  For the access points, the obvious things are to set devices either to not use Wi-Fi or to set them to use only certain access points.
 
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