Here are 5 things you should know.
1. Pepperidge Farm recalled Goldfish crackers amid salmonella scare.
It’s a popular snack for kids and adults, and you might have a contaminated product that needs to be thrown away or returned to the place of purchase for a full refund. The affected flavors include: Flavor Blasted Xtra Cheddar, Flavor Blasted Sour Cream & Onion, Goldfish Baked with Whole Grain Xtra Cheddar, and Goldfish Mix Xtra Cheddar + Pretzel. They issued a press release on Monday with more information. No illnesses have been reported and no other Pepperidge Farm products in the U.S. are subject to this recall.
Here is a detailed chart that outlines sell-by dates and package codes for all of the potentially affected products. A total of 18 variations in product sizes with varying sell-by dates are listed.
2. Photos sent via iMessage include the geo-location information by default, giving out your location to the receiver.
Every photo taken by your iPhone contains geo-location information by default (as well as other EXIF attributes). When sending them through most other messaging services, this information is usually removed as part of compression, but not in iMessage. Saving the photo someone sent you will show you the location it was taken at.
To avoid that, you can either turn off Location Services for the stock camera app or take a picture directly from the iMessage app and send it. Pictures taken from the iMessage app do not contain the geolocation info apparently.
3. How to recover unsaved drafts on Microsoft Word.
After you accidentally close it, open Microsoft Word again. Click File – Info – Manage Versions – Recover Unsaved Documents.
4. Attorney-Client privilege only exists if the lawyer is representing the client for a specific incident.
There’s been a lot of discussion on various social media and news platforms recently about a particular investigation and how a lawyer disclosing information about meetings with their client may be going against attorney-client privilege (a lawyer should not disclose information that their client has provided them in a court).
Many are calling for the lawyer to be disbarred.
However, for an attorney-client privilege to exist, the lawyer has to be representing to the client for a specific incident (murder, robbery, adultery etc.).
The lawyer cannot operate as a lawyer for all crimes.
As the client has publically denied relations and paying off an individual and has said his lawyer does not represent him in the case of payments made to a said individual, the attorney-client privilege does not exist in that circumstance, meaning the lawyer is free to provide information to the investigation.
For more info: https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.brookings.edu/blog/fixgov/2018/04/10/michael-cohen-the-attorney-client-privilege-and-the-crime-fraud-exception/amp