I just read the terms and they don't appear to be allowing Fair Use
mean. From what I read, you need to get a license agreement to use
their images - even the royalty free images.
I already told Beth that many schools block Google images (and all
image sites) completely. I even tested safe search and naughty stuff
came up. I remember now what I searched - I entered panda. "Sick"
individuals are naming their images some common topics that kids would
I would write to the Getty Images contact address and find out what
their policy is for school use.
On 8/31/06, Rebecca Burch wrote:
> Our school filters a bunch, too, and bad stuff still comes through.
> My lone AP Art History student was doing research on the Pyramids of
> Egypt and needed an image for her paper, and got an eyefull -- how
> that image got by the filters, I don't know.
> Have you tried Getty Images? Membership is free and you can get a lot
> of really neat images without much risk of finding bad stuff. (There
> are some images that might be questionable, but they're artful and not
> smutty -- much safer than Google.)