Do you remove EXIF data from images that you post online?
delia25 1 year ago
Ok, this isn't exactly a work related question, although I guess if could be if I added "at work" to the end of my question. :-)
Anyway, my husband thinks I am totally paranoid because I always strip EXIF data (the information attacked to image files that tells things like when and where they were taken) before posting online. I figure if I want someone to know more info, I will tell them. Am I a particularly paranoid person, or do other people also do this?
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