--- Comment #4 from Erik Moeller <e...@wikimedia.org> ---
Duh :-) Yes, you're right of course, unless we make it easy to strip metadata
completely, this won't help much with privacy and indeed might mislead users
into thinking otherwise. EXIF privacy probably requires a more systematic
approach, such as a per-file indicator saying "This files includes embedded
metadata" which, when clicked, makes it possible to selectively remove fields
(which should also remove them from any templates they're automatically parsed
into). Does that sound reasonable?
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