Nikon D400 and online privacy

Just run this google search and you will see a bunch of pictures with the Nikon D400 listed as the camera in the EXIF file. Not a big deal so far since we had a similar discussion few weeks ago and the EXIF files were manipulated. The interesting part here is that those pictures are private and you cannot access them, but if you click on the Google “cached” link you will have full access to the photos and EXIF data (on some of the pictures). Most probably those pictures were not really taken with a D400, but if someone wanted to trick us, they would not make them private. Some of the dates are from 2004 and 2006, but maybe the camera date was not setup correctly. Some of the EXIF data also looks weird. What do you guys think, bull or cool?

Here is a screenshot of one of the EXIF files:

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