Never Use Cell Phones to Photograph Marijuana!!!

Rambo November 30, 2011 7
Never Use Cell Phones to Photograph Marijuana!!!

The immense power of technology is a double edged sword. It has the ability to free us from injustices or strip us of the last vestiges of our privacy.  As marijuana growers, maintaining our privacy and anonymity is paramount to our freedom. Today the investigative tools available to law enforcement are growing just as rapidly as technology evolves. We can do nothing to slow this march of progress. We most know the tools that are used against us and stay one step ahead.

For those of you who found this news report alarming, you’re not alone. Your freedom and your sanity depend on your ability to walk the fine line between a life of blissful ignorance and a life of paranoid disillusion. We must remain alert, cautious, and informed. Please share  your knowledge of any other investigative tools that may be unknown to the community. Thanks you.

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  1. Gore December 31, 2011 at 8:18 am -

    There are a few tools that can scrub meta data;

    and an online service that offers the same service;

  2. Old Hippie January 11, 2012 at 9:11 pm -

    The popular site automagically scrubs all EXIF data when you upload photos there.

    • Rambo January 11, 2012 at 10:29 pm -

      Good to know and thanks for sharing. I checked out your blog Beyond Chronic. Keep up the good work. I’ll be visiting it again when I have more time.

  3. Mark January 11, 2012 at 10:28 pm -

    That’s good info Old Hippie. I wish photo bucket did that. Damn site got me into a bit of a pickle when I was posting pics in an “anonymous” forum. Little did I know my camera was set up to record both my name and geo-location. I’ll have to check out imgur

  4. dude January 1, 2013 at 9:55 pm -

    Just use your snipping tool to erase data

  5. Whitenigga March 27, 2013 at 8:35 pm -

    Im pretty sure if you screen shot your pic then save it to paint or something its all good

  6. zgoat65 October 17, 2013 at 11:37 am -

    ObscuraCam is a good app for wiping metadata as well as obscuring faces and other identifying characteristics a photo may contain. Hope this helps.