Is selling $90,000 prints of photos plucked from Instagram stealing?

Artist Richard Prince recently made the news for his series of prints made from photos he found in his Instagram feed -- he didn't create the images, but he was selling them for $90,000 a pop. The digital age and rise of everything-sharing has created turmoil in the world of copyright law. Get insights and offer opinions on what the deal is at "Rip Off, or Fair Use?", co-hosted by The Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance and the Philadelphia Chapter of the Copyright Society of the USA.

Where: Pepper Hamilton LLP at 3000 Logan Square

When: August 6, 2015 from 5:30 a.m. to 8:00 a.m.

How much: $20


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