How to get back what Google took away

After the removal of the "View Image" button was implemented, Google faced a backlash from users on social media.

Search giant Google recently removed the "view image" button from its image search results in an attempt to prevent download of copyrighted images.

Here's how to do it on Chrome: scurry over to the View Image extension page on the Chrome web store.

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Now, to access images, the users need to visit the website where the image is hosted and the process has become somewhat hard.

Getty Images had filed a complaint against Google to the European Union in 2016 stating that the search engine's images feature was promoting piracy. To be on the safer side while using the view image button, you can enable the "labeled for reuse" filter in Google Search. It is also being said that removing the "view image" button would drive more users to the websites and the move is in the best interests of both users and publishers. The search giant and the non-profit Chelsea Improvement Co are making Internet access available outdoors in Chelsea, which is home to Google's NY offices and several technology start-ups. These workaround extensions bring the "View Image" button back to these two browsers.

Click a thumbnail and you cannot only view the image by itself, you can also add it to Pinterest, clip it to OneNote, and play a little slideshow of similar pictures. Sullivan's Twitter announcement about the change riled up hundreds of users who protested loudly.

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Next, click the add to Chrome button to start the installation, and then click the Add extension button when prompted.

In this instance, the change means that people need to click through to a photo's website, find the image, right click on it, and select the option to open an image in a new tab to view it.

"This agreement between Getty Images and Google sets the stage for a very productive, collaborative relationship between our companies", said Dawn Airey, CEO of Getty Images.

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Next, install it the same way you'd install other add-ons by clicking the Add to Firefox button. "However, this works exactly as the original, good job". The media firm noted that this has resulted in a loss of revenue because users were supposed to pay a fee to see these images. Several users suggested people should try rival image search engines such as Bing which still has a "view image" button. You just "open image in new tab" instead, install an extension, or simply use Yahoo or Bing.

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