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Submission + - Google's new image search experience harms content producers' revenues (sandraandwoo.com)

taikedz writes: A couple of days ago, Google released a new version of its image search. This turned out to be a huge slap in the face of content creators [...]. When clicking on a thumbnail, the original image is hotlinked and embedded into Google’s result page [without displaying the original site at all]. This costs bandwidth [to the image host] and the user has less incentive to visit the webpage of the original creator.
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Google's new image search experience harms content producers' revenues

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