We hear the word “viral” all the time. But very few things actually go viral. A recent exception is “Who Is the Bad Art Friend?,” a nearly ten-thousand-word feature in The New York Times by Robert Kolker. The story identifies a dispute between two writers that involves Facebook, a kidney donation, and explores the question, “who owns our personal stories?” Journalist Sarah Cascone joins us to discuss a related legal battle involving Andy Warhol and Prince. It’s complicated.
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