Black, female and in charge of Baltimore

Twitter

Pantsuit Nation group creator tries to profit from private posts

Pantsuit Nation group creator tries to profit from private posts

Every day, we share our thoughts, creations, photographs and opinions freely via Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and other social media. But few of us have gone through the arduous task of reading the terms of service that govern how the social media platform uses our content, and fewer still know how other users might profit from our content.

The case of the "Pantsuit Nation" book deal is one individuals and companies alike can learn from.

In late October, a private Facebook group titled Pantsuit Nation sprung up as a means of rallying for and celebrating the accomplishments of Hillary Clinton as the Democratic nominee for president of the United States, and later...

39°