Here you can find the location where a picture was taken
Almost all phones and many cameras (if this setting is not disabled) add, along with other meta-information, data about the geographic location where the picture was taken.
This data is easy to read and can be used to find out the location of the shooting. ATTENTION: this data is easily spoofed, so the information obtained from the metadata (both on this and on other services) cannot be guaranteed to be true.
Many editors and web applications discard GPS data when saving a photo, so it is useless to check photos from popular social networks (because the web application compresses them to save space).
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