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Google starts to display licensing information about content that appears in Google Images. When the mouse is pointed on the images appears the "Licensable" text. When image is clicked (ex. Alamy images) "Get this image on: Alamy | License details" is displayed. Stay safe, andre
hello, Just wanted to get a few tips on putting locations into/on images from other members. When key wording do others put in "England" "Wales" "Warwickshire" "Somerset" etc or just the street, town then UK in the location address? As I type in the address, Google maps sometimes finds the right place, sometimes it doesn't! If I type in a company name it can default to another location the other side of the country!! Does anyone have a "best" or preferred way of putting in the exact location and Google finding it, or, is it just a bit hit and miss if Google finds the wrong place and best to carry on with what you believe to be the exact address? Or do people just enlarge the Google map and drop in a pin and fingers crossed someone searching for a location nearby will find it? Or, maybe I'm becoming just a little obsessive about key wording and location tags, haha. Thanks to anyone that replies, Dave.
Looks like Google have made it (slightly) harder to save images on their image search facility, which has to be a good thing. It's not going to solve the problem of image theft but every little bit helps in my view .... http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-43085053 Marc