Google strikes deal with Getty, will remove direct image links from search

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Getty Images has announced a licensing deal with Google that resolves a 2016 lawsuit filed by the photo agency against the Internet giant. The lawsuit accused Google of "promoting piracy" by linking to high-resolution copyrighted images without watermarks, enabling anyone to save and use the images without paying the related fee. At the heart of the issue was Google Image Search, and how it directly links to high-resolution images found in articles and other online destinations. Because ...
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