If you want to get an idea of what your bill for using the Internet will look like, someone has already scanned their bill from Vuestar, which deems them a "gold user" and tells them to pay $5,350 Singapore dollars (about $4,000 U.S.) for an annual license within the next three weeks. And lest you think this only covers Singaporean companies—see their related U.S. Patent, No. 7,065,520.
The patent's language relates to image search but apparently the company has claimed that any linking through images is covered. There's more information and reaction on Peter Zura's 271 Patent Blog, where I found the story.