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Comment from: Andreas Noack [Member]  
Andreas Noack

My first encounter with such a clause was one that was clearly off-limits. It simply said ‘everything that somone can remember is out’ (well, not that simple, but similar).
There was no limitation to ‘general’ information, and I though ‘well, are they sick?’

01/14/15 @ 14:05
Comment from: Linda [Member]  
Linda

Similar experience here, where the purpose was "items of mutual interest", and residual memory was anything and everything that the "recipient" came across. And of course, no IP protective clauses ….

02/29/16 @ 09:41