Now Google comes with an update that is licensable images label. Whenever you choose to download an image from Google you all filter it via size, quality, and so on right? Right now you can filter licensed images. The reason behind this update is all because the photographers want to get the payment for the images that they upload. This update is out currently and Google also changed the way that the users search for the image.
This update has been tested by Google began in February. After that, they stepped into the process to improve awareness on image licenses. For that Google worked with the Center of the Picture Industry (CEPIC). Through this, the proprietor will be able to sell the images and then get the proper payment for the images that they took.
In order to make the users know that the images are licensed the Google is available with the “licensable” badge over the image. Google announced “if you select a badges image to view to the license information of the picture and it will provide only if the publisher offered” alongside you will able to get a link to where you can buy or license the image.
You can choose an image such as “Creative Commons licenses” or “Commercial and other licenses” in the right drop-down menu. Once the user clicks on the image it will provide a preview of that image. With the help of this update, you are all set to restrict image theft. Having licensable images then this tag will facilitate connecting the license details so the one who wishes to purchase will easily do it. At the same time, Google will offer you a direct link to easily get and buy the image.