Missing EXIF data after editing picture

Hi,
I've noticed that PSE 12 editor no longer writes the EXIF data from the original image.
I believe this started after upgrading to the most recent version of PSE 12 via Help -> Updates
Do you have any suggestions?
Regards,
Mike
Before:
After:

1/ to answer your question:
I don't have any user generated tags/kewords/captions on these historical pictures - but normal metadata (camera EXIF data) is showing up fine on flickr.
2/ I went ahead and tried Jeffery Friedl's Flickr Lightroom publishing plugin - it works well and GPS data is correctly picked up by Flickr.
so - unless anyone can demonstrate a working adobe flickr publishing setup with gps data I will assume it doesn't work and continue to use jeffery's.
Thanks
Bill

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