I can't believe Google would have copyrighted images from Perfect 10 Magazine available for me to look at for free. For shame.
Well, it probably won't for much longer, since a federal judge is issuing an injunction. Judge A Howard Matz says that the images are searchable and do not fit the fair use exemption standards. That would constitute copyright infringement.
Judge Matz has ruled that Google's display of the Perfect 10 thumbnail images likely does not fall within "fair use exemption". Typically, limited use of copyrighted works such as for criticism, comment, news reporting or teaching is legally admissible.
However, I can use said images because I'm reporting the news, commenting, criticizing and teaching people about the fair use privisions of copyright law. Tee hee.
Google will probably appeal the injunction.