In case you didn't know, a lot of newer devices store that kind of information, known as EXIF data, in images. EXIF data is helpful in providing details about a photograph's provenance. Remember when that now-famous photo of the Situation Room during the Osama Bin Laden raid started making the rounds? EXIF data revealed the camera's model and settings, plus the editing software used on the image. Cool stuff to know about one of the most iconic photographs of the decade.
But in case you're traveling with a murder suspect, you might not want to share that information. So here's a handy guide to getting rid of it.