Why aren’t Google images considered public domain?

Google’s computers (bots) go through websites to gather the content both written and images. The gathering process is called indexing. Google then shows that content in search results. Google is only acting as a conduit to the original content on a website, so the search results (like images) belong to the original owner.

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