I’ve been making photo grids with maps. Started with AppleScript now playing with JavaScript. Problem is that iOS seems to strip some of the EXIF data from images, but NOT if I edit them, then the full EXIF can be read from local image in safari. Seems bonkers? Way out my depth!

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  1. @johnjohnston I suspect Apple erred on the side of caution and reputation. It seems there are alarmist everywhere:

    If an app gets permission to access the image library, it will get full access to all image metadata also, including the exact location.
    This is a serious privacy issue, as third party camera apps that want to just store a picture the user took, will also get full access to all photos and their locations in their image library.. ~ openradar.appspot.com/34610699

    via micro.blog

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