Which Social Media Websites Preserve Your Metadata? *Update*

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Our blog post back in 2010 on the important issue of which social media sites preserve your websites deserves an update.  David Riecks continues his good work, including over at www.damcoalition.com.  David recently reported on the new study by the International Press Telecommunications Council (IPTC) that found that “major social networks like Facebook, Twitter or Flickr remove copyright information and other useful embedded data from pictures posted by their users.” The results are available at www.embeddedmetadata.org/testresults. Also check the news release about the Social Media Study.

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