Google prevent download photos from the sea.. why?

In a sudden decision without any alerts to the American company Google to delete the option of View Image of the search engine page of Google than it means that when you visit you won’t be able to download the images or see it in its full size only by access to the website that published it.

Although Google did not give specific reasons, but the reasons for this step is straightforward and can be deduced, where she participated this feature in reduced advertising revenue and help to steal the images. Indeed, given the button that was deleted earlier mission to do bot to download the images automatically for a number of uses, also to get sound through it grants the user the image without going to the page that published it interact in any form with the content that about her.

In spite of the Delete button famous who announced the deletion of his tweet, but that button Visit is available to you visit the website then watch the image at full size from there.

This news comes days after the partnership agreement between Google and Getty Images designed to offer theft images over the internet, it is not a coincidence surely to come of this resolution at this time.

With the large size of the health rights of ownership and use on the internet resort to certain websites to convert images to any cannot browser downloaded easily unlike the popular format such as PNG and JPG, where they don’t appear to Save image as which lets you download images.

In spite of this it is possible to obtain images of these sites in a simple and not complicated exactly, but it but be just as easy and it will take longer for sure.

Also, the Gmail Delete button Search by image from the search engine, but fortunately there’s still the possibility to do a search backwards through the images by clicking on any image within the browser, which we don’t know yet whether Google will delete it is the other or not.

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