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Client provided me with a photo of her child reading a book for her website.  I cropped the photo using Photoshop and put it into dreamweaver.  

She is concerned that "someone" might grab the info from the photo (location of photo, etc) and that they would come and harm her child.  I told her that the only thing I think they can grab from a photo is the meta data such as exposure, etc.  Can someone confirm this.
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If you Save for Web the meta data is removed
Yes other info can be stored in the photos, some cameras store the GPS in the meta data and you can add other info yourself
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cool - thanks!
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