3 responses to “Geotagging, the Internet and online privacy

  1. There are alternatives to switching off your GPS radio, when taking pictures on your iPhone. Once such alternative is a Free application for iPhone users is called Pixelgarde Photo Privacy Editor. It lets you see information like, geotags in your photos, and they decide if you want to remove it from photos you want to share. Then you can then share your photos on Facebook, Flickr, Twitter, Picasa, Photobucket, Email or, export them to share on a social netowrk that isn’t supported. Other products for PC and Android will be available soon.

  2. Thanks for the information pixelgarde. Trust the iPhone to release an app for that!

  3. Pingback: The future of social photography | Web Up the Newsroom

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