How to View and Remove EXIF Data

When you take a picture with your camera or phone, it records EXIF metadata, which you can later view in the image’s properties. You cannot stop EXIF metadata from being added to your photographs. You can prevent geotagging by turning it off in your camera or camera app. If your photo already has getotagging and you want to remove all of its EXIF data, there is a way to do it after the fact.

To view and remove EXIF data in Windows, first choose the photo or photos you want to remove the EXIF information from, then right-click and select “Properties.”

If you want to add metadata, you can select values and edit the “Details.” If you want to remove the metadata from your photos, then click “Remove Properties and Personal Information” at the bottom of the properties dialog.

The Remove Properties dialog allows you to make a copy of your photos with “all possible properties” removed or you can click “remove the following properties from this file” and then check the boxes next to each item you want to delete.

If you are trying to remove information in OS X, you’ll have to use a third-party software if you want to easily and completely strip the metadata out of your photos. However, you do have the option to remove the location data from photos in Preview. Open your photo, select “Tools” then “Show Inspector” or press Command+I on your keyboard. Then, click the “GPS” tab, and “Remove Location Info” at the bottom.

Most likely, there is a lot of other information that you probably want to remove as well.

Removing EXIF is a really good idea, especially if you’re like me and have privacy concerns. I would strongly recommend removing the geolocation information. It is really simple to stop geolocation data from ever being stored in your images by turning it off in Android and iOS to begin with.

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June is Internet Safety Month!

It’s Internet Safety Month!

As a social worker and survivor of cyber crime, I want to encourage you to protect your information online. I also want to help educate others on how to do the same. June is National Internet Safety Month so it’s a great time for all of us to brush up on current safety trends and practices! Here are some quick tips to get you started this month!

Quick Tips

1
Double check which apps on your smartphone need to use your location information, especially those that track location while not being used.

2
Be careful on public wifi. Public wifi connections are often less secure than your home or work. It’s best to save sensitive transactions like online banking or money transfers until you’re on a secure connection.

3
Turn off Bluetooth when not in use. This helps limit your device’s exposure to potential hacks.

For more cybersecurity tips and information about staying safer online for kids, click here!

2017 International Law Enforcement Intellectual Property Crime Conference

2017 International Law Enforcement Intellectual Property Crime Conference
28 & 29 August – New York City, U.S.A – United Nations Headquarters
Theme: Uniting Nations for the Next Decade
The 2017 International Law Enforcement Intellectual Property Crime Conference will be held on August 28 and 29 at the United Nations Headquarters located in New York City, USA. This will be the 11th annual event and it is being co-hosted by INTERPOL, U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE), and the U.S. National Intellectual Property Rights Coordination Center (IPR Center) in partnership with UL (Underwriters Laboratories) and the International AntiCounterfeiting Coalition (IACC).
This Conference has been recognized as the law enforcement “gold standard” for promoting global action against counterfeiting and piracy crimes. The event brings together an audience comprised of police, customs, prosecutors, other government agencies as well as rights holders representing a wide variety of industries.
The Conference provides a vital platform to share best practices, develop new tools and create stronger networks to advance the common purpose of combatting transnational organized IP crime, promoting safety worldwide and developing joint initiatives focused on enforcement, education and partnerships.
The registration site will be open shortly and we encourage you to visit this page for more information.
See you in New York City!

International Conference on Cyberlaw, Cybercrime & Cyber Security 2017 

The International Conference on Cyberlaw, Cybercrime & Cyber Security 2017 aims to examine and analyze the emerging Cyberlaw, Cybercrime and Cybersecurity trends of today’s times. The International Conference will be attended by international delegates.These would include representatives from the Central Government & State Governments, various Ministries, Law Enforcement Agencies, Police, Business, Information Technology, Corporate Sector, Academicians, Scholars, Service Providers, International Organizations and distinguished thought leaders. The International Conference on Cyberlaw, Cybercrime & Cybersecurity has been supported by more than 81 international and national organizations. These include UNESCO, UNODC, ITU, UNU-EGOV in the UN Family, as also by Council of Europe, Europol Cybercrime Centre, Interpol, Internet Corporation for Assigned Names & Numbers (ICANN), Internet Society, World Federation of Scientists, International Association of Prosecutors, Global Prosecutors E-Crime Network, Asia Cloud Computing Association and Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology, Government of India.
The International Conference on Cyberlaw, Cybercrime & Cybersecurity shall aim to analyze some of the important aspects pertaining to evolving jurisprudence concerning #Cyber Law, Cyber Crime and Cybersecurity.
51 distinct topics and subjects would be covered in the International Conference on Cyberlaw, Cybercrime & Cybersecurity 2017. 

World Anti-Bullying Forum 2017: Stockholm Sweden!

World Anti-Bullying Forum 2017was amazing!!

550 delegates and speakers from all over the world attended the first World Anti-Bullying Forum May 7-9 in Stockholm, Sweden. The aim of this international and multidisciplinary conference was to broaden understanding of bullying, harassment, discrimination, and other of forms of inhumane actions and violence among children and youth. By sharing knowledge, exploring new perspectives and acknowledging that bullying and other forms of violence have to be understood as a complex interplay between individual and contextual factors we move forward and improve both the understanding and the solutions. The intention of the conference was to create multidisciplinary and cross-level dialogues, panels and meetings to improve the understanding of bullying and the work to stop and prevent it. We met our goals and expectations of the first World Anti-Bullying Forum and we look forward to exploring the possibilities of making this a bi-yearly event.

 

http://www.wabf2017.com/

2017 Anti-Bullying Conference- Riverside California

Anti-Bullying Conference

The 2017 Anti-Bullying Conference will gather school administrators, educators, law enforcement officials, psychologists, youth organization leaders, community representatives, parents and others from Southern California and beyond who are committed to addressing the bullying epidemic.

The annual conference will present the most up-to-date knowledge and offer many occasions for structured dialogue regarding bullying.  Presentations will be on the latest anti-bullying research, provide practical tools that attendees can take back to their schools and organizations. Our goal is to create awareness, promote workable solutions for preventing bullying and promote an opportunity for professional development.

Companies or organizations requiring an invoice or sending payment, please download the Conference Registration Form.  Return form to Riverside Medical Clinic Charitable Foundation, PO Box 2605, Riverside, CA 92516; email to Cheryl@RMCcharity.org; or fax to 951-682-2755.  For further information, call the Foundation at (951) 682-2753.

ABI Conference Registration Form

International Bullying Prevention Association(IBPA) hosts an annual conference November 5-7 in Nashville!!

International Bullying Prevention Association

The International Bullying Prevention Association (IBPA) hosts an annual conference to bring together those working to keep our schools and communities safe from bullying. Join us Nov. 5-7 in Nashville.