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Et tu, Brute? Then fail, Caesars: When it's hotel staff, not the hackers, invading folks' privacy

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Re: "Et tu Bruté"


Strictly speaking the words "Et tu, Brute" come from Shakespears Julius Ceasar...

That's more or less what Natalie Haynes eluded to in "Wordaholics" Series 2, Episode 2 on Radio 4 Extra, yesterday! And whilst The Bard used Latin, "Kai su, teknon" is Greek - as AC rightly stated It's all Greek to me

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