When you take pictures with your digital camera or mobile phones, it contains lots of information, some includes your GPS location as well. When you are uploading images online to public sites like Flickr, then it is best to remove the metadata from images for your privacy. Quick Fix Metadata is a freeware tool for Windows which lets you remove metadata from thousands of images in minutes. FileMind QuickFix strips all your personal information and GPS location data from all your photos, with just a single mouse click.
GPS is not the only information that others can find in your photos, other personal information can also hide in Exif tags (picture-taking conditions such as date, time, camera type etc.) as well as Iptc and XMP tags (descriptive metadata such as names and addresses, copyright, location details etc.). Photos may also contain an embedded visual preview of the uncropped original. FileMind QuickFix ensures that all these are removed before your share the image online.
You just need to drag and drop files on to the interface or select the files manually and once you click the button, all metadata is cleared from the image.