Google has updated Google images, so that you no longer need to visit the website Google got the image from when you click it!
In fact, those clever boffins from California have also ensured you see nothing of the website that provided the image - instead, Google provides a page with a black background, and simply a link attribution.
You can see it at work here.
Google say it'll make Google images work faster, and list what webmasters can expect. What they don't mention is that webmasters are now out of the loop, and Google is taking your content and keeping it on their domains, thank you very much.
Mashable are more interested in reported new porn filters.
In the meantime, webmasters, thank you providing free content for a billion-dollar multinational. Google no longer need you.
(PS: And remember, copyright is opt-in!)