Most of us post photos on social media. After all, it’s so easy to upload that fun vacation shot right from your phone for everyone to see.
But that’s part of the problem. That simple act gives out more information than you probably realize—providing things like a timestamp and location data.
For our third post of our monthly “In the News” series, we suggest this piece that tells all about the metadata embedded in your photography and how you can minimize what information gets out to the public.