No, that's not what it means. To quote a couple of places from Judy's article:
"The bottom line here is that there isn’t a hint in the decision that the copyrights of all photographers whose work appears online is at risk. This decision is — like all fair use decisions — based on its unique individual set of facts. This particular combination of facts isn’t likely to be repeated in any other case — which means it can’t be used to predict the outcome of any other case."
"copying of photos found on the internet is not fair use, not in all cases, not under all circumstances."
Citation: Judy, "Copyright and the online photo," Legal Genealogist (blog), 9 July 2018; https://www.legalgenealogist.com/2018/07/09/16661; accessed 10 July 2018.