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This Map Plots the Geocoordinates You May Have Accidentally Left Behind in Digital Photos

The internet is an ocean of digital photos. With the ease of smartphone cameras, people snap endless numbers of pictures of their food, dogs, cats, kids, clothes, travels and everyday experiences. More than 1.8 billion digital images are uploaded online every single day, and some of these image files are embedded with metadata detailing the precise location of where that photo was taken.
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