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Social Media Networks Stripping Data from Your Digital Photos | The Signal:
Digital Preservation
Storing information about your images inside the image itself provides a
number of useful benefits. Digital photographers may refer to this as *embedded
photo metadata* or just *metadata* for short. For professional
photographers itís an easy way to let potential publishers know they took
the photo and how to contact them.

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