I noticed that the latest Nikon View has a GeoTag feature, which I am not sure was in the last release. Anyway, when I clicked on it, it popped up a warning saying, essentially, that Nikon is not liable for any damages to your images if you use this feature. One thing I can try to forgive Nikon is that this feature is powered by Google Maps: not a Nikon software. I guess Nikon View must be calling Google API some where along the processing. I still stick to my original decision: I will not geo-tag any of images, except thru Nikon-approved hardware which supplies the geo-tag to the firmware of the camera and the geo-tags are actually written in the images by Nikon firmware. This form of geo-tagging (as in the Nikon View) is called post-processing geo-tagging. It is also a form of Russian Roulette. Having a 3rd-party software that post-process your image and sticking geo-tags into the image is inviting trouble, IMHO.