Remove Geotag Information From Photos Before Sending or Posting Them When you take "selfies" with your cell phone camera, you not only take a picture of yourself but if your phone is configured to allow location tagging, then the geolocation where you took the picture also gets recorded in the picture's metadata.
You can't see this location in the picture itself, but there are applications that can read and display this metadata for other people to see. You may want to strip out this location information before you upload your pictures to a dating site, or send them to a potential date.
Your dating site of choice may strip out this location data automatically for you, but it's best to be safe and either not record it in the first place or to remove it with a EXIF metadata privacy app that can strip out the location information for you.
Beware of Location-Aware Dating Apps Many dating sites now have companion apps available for your smartphone that augment or duplicate the functionality of their websites. These apps can offer location-aware features to help others know where you are for meetups and other purposes.
The problem is that some users may not realize that this information is being provided and listed for others to view.
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