What Do You Do If Someone Sells Your Instagram Selfie For $90K?

Nothing apparently, according to Ester Bloom of The Billfold.

Ester’s recent article centres on painter and photographer Richard Prince who reminded those of us in the digital world that what you post is public and, given the flexibility of copyright laws, can be shared, used, distributed and sold.

As a part of the Frieze Art Fair in New York, Prince displayed giant screenshots of other people’s Instagram photos without warning or permission, many of which were in ‘sexually charged poses’ and were subsequently sold for around $90,000 each.

Read the full article here and seriously reconsider posting pictures of yourself or your children online.