Gerade in einem anderen Blog gefunden, und es sollte uns daran erinnern, dass man vielleicht nicht alles direkt von seinem Telefon aus auf Flicker und Co. online stellen sollte:
To test whether I was being paranoid, I ran a little experiment. On a sunny Saturday, I spotted a woman in Golden Gate Park taking a photo with a 3G iPhone. Because iPhones embed geodata into photos that users upload to Flickr or Picasa, iPhone shots can be automatically placed on a map. At home I searched the Flickr map, and scorea shot from today. I clicked through to the user’s photostream and determined it was the woman I had seen earlier. After adjusting the settings so that only her shots appeared on the map, I saw a cluster of images in one location. Clicking on them revealed photos of an apartment interiora bedroom, a kitchen, a filthy living room. Now I know where she lives.