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I needed an image of a robot for a presentation, and I wanted an image with a free (e.g. creative commons) license. I searched in Google images "robot free", but got mostly royalty-free images (i.e. after you buy the image, you are free to use it).

I remember that once it was possible to search in Google for images with a public-domain or creative-commmons license, but now I cannot find it. Where is it?

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    For what it's worth, the Bing image search has the "license" option front-and-center. – ale Nov 24 '13 at 15:57
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CC Search gives access to Google free images, and a few other types too.

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Go to "advanced search" (use this link or use the "Settings" menu) and filter by licence.

Google image licence search

  • Thanks! This worked but was quite complicated: I had to go to the "advanced search" link google.com/advanced_search , enter the search words, select the license, click "Advanced Search", and then click "Images". For some reason, the "license" settings are not preserved for me between searches. – Erel Segal-Halevi Nov 25 '13 at 15:41

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