Google is trying to challenge the EU Copyright Directive, which can significantly affect the performance of various online services. In a sequential effort to understand employees, Google showed its vision of the consequences.
The Internet giant is preparing a new version for the search engine according to the Directive. All can now assess how the EU legislative actions will affect end users and publishers. Screenshot shown shows how empty the user search response page matches the direction.
Instead of images and plain text, users will see an empty rectangle that only contains the name of the site where searchable material is found. Because the publisher will have the right to request payment for the smallest content fragments, according to point 11 of the Directive, Google believes that it is better not to use such things. This means a lack of icons and images, as well as introductory text. Indeed, publishers have long complained that Google uses their images and text in their services. But they will not be happy after the Google search engine stops using it.