I did a post on the gadget thread some time ago about the risks of people posting photos of their kids etc online and the dangers it carried and that's when I realized the implications.
The other day, I was very interested on brother Muadh's post on Jerusalem and I would love to find out where the old mosque was situated. Naturally he had his data off on his handset but the other info was there. - embedded within the properties of the photo
By the way, one can't always tell the model of the tablet, its just that in your case, the camera lens is SM-T310 which, when googled gives us a result.
Just wanted you guys to be aware of these things, as its so easy to leave some kind of information behind like I have with some of my photo's, they give exact locations, not that I'm worried any more (old pics)
What you looked at was called the EXIF data of the image. For example, there's an extension for Google Chrome called "EXIF Reader." The description is: "View photo EXIF and GPS Data in ur Chrome." So, if your photo has GPS coordinates embedded in its properties (possible but unlikely, because that setting usually has to be manually activated on the device's camera), it could be shared to others unless you remove it.
For example, here's what the EXIF data looks like of one of your pictures if I have the extension enabled:
This cannot be undone and I am sure it will be greatly appreciated.
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