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Risk Digest: Facebook Software Bug means Privacy of Millions is Affected

Facebook software bug affects the privacy of millions, the biggest health and safety in court news stories from SHP over the past month and the moment Sir David Attenborough, came face-to-face with himself in virtual reality.

Information Security

“British security researcher who halted last year’s WannaCry outbreak, faces more US charges” Read the full article here.

 

“A software bug meant millions of Facebook users may have unknowingly posted private information to the public, the company has warned.” Read the full article here.


Health & Safety

“A contractor and scaffolding company were sentenced Thursday 6th June for safety breaches after a worker fell five metres from a roof.” Read the full article here.

 

“The biggest health and safety in court news stories from SHP over the past month” Watch the video here.


Food 

“A shopkeeper and his fresh produce company have been fined over £800 for displaying and selling rotten fruit and vegetables in a store in Hull.” Read the full article here.

 

“The Supermercado Selectos in San Sebastián, Puerto Rico, has recalled an undetermined volume of raw, frozen Siluriformes fish, beef, pork and poultry products that were produced without the benefit of federal inspection, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS).” Read the full article here.


Environment

“All mussels sampled from UK coastlines and supermarkets were found to contain tiny shards of plastic and other debris in a new study.” Read the full article here.

 

“A Canadian company, backed by Bill Gates, says it has reached an important threshold in developing technology that can remove CO2 from the air.” Read the full article here.


Energy

“Around 38% of the attendees at the Energy Live Future event said reducing the energy costs of their organisations is the biggest challenge for them.” Read the full article here.

 

“A pioneering project in north-west England will turn air into liquid for energy storage to help electricity grids cope with a growing amount of wind and solar power.” Read the full article here.


Wellbeing

“Members of the House of Lords have been told off for snoozing in the chamber – but workplace naps are surprisingly common” Read the full article here.

“Mental health issues in the workplace can no longer be shied away from with 12.5 million working days lost every year due to work-related stress, depression or anxiety.” Read the full article here.


Tech

“WWDC 2018: iOS 12 also includes Group FaceTime, improved Face ID and a feature that blocks cops’ phone unlocking tools” Read the full article here.

 

“This is the heartwarming moment that Sir David Attenborough, arguably the most precious of Britain’s national treasures, came face-to-face with himself in virtual reality.” Read the full article here.


Brexit

“Boris Johnson has been heard commenting on Brexit, in a recording obtained by Buzzfeed.” Watch the video here.

 

“The former Ulster Unionist Party leader Tom Elliott has said he is beginning to question whether Brexit will ever happen.” Read the full article here.


Ozone

The Lighter Side     

“Nevermind Salad Cream to Sandwich Cream, remember these food rebrands?” Read the full article here.

 

“The pitter patter of rain on your window doesn’t sound a bit like ‘meow’, or even a gentle ‘rrrrrrrrrrrr-ruff’. So why on earth do people tend to say, during a heavy downpour, that it’s ‘raining cats and dogs’?” Read the full article here.


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