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How Someone Can Track You With a Photograph You Took

by Bill Hayes

Newsweek reports How Someone Can Track You With a Photograph You Took.

Metadata can be extremely useful to photographers; nearly all metadata includes information like the focal length used to take the photo and the photo’s exposure. But more and more often, GPS-enabled cellphones and cameras mean metadata now includes where, as well as when, the photograph was taken—meaning if you post frequent JPEGs, RAWs or TIFFs to the Internet, people could well be tracking you by your photos. [more]