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Fresh Ideas in Public Safety: Secure Yourself, Your Family and Your
Organization by Securing Your Photos
The answers lie in something called "exchangeable image file format"
(EXIF). EXIF metadata<http://www.photometadata.org/meta-resources-metadata-types-standards-exif>is
hidden in many common picture formats. It includes information about
the
camera model used and its settings, such as aperture, time, and resolution.
EXIF data may also note if a photo was edited. Although that might not mean
much to us, it's useful information for professional photographers  EXIF
was developed in the 1990s to help them. It is now an industry standard,
used in almost all digital cameras (including mobile phones).


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