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Invisible Children’s Viral Kony Video Blasted by Better Business Bureau

In the past week, the charity Invisible Children and their viral “Kony 2012? campaign has skyrocketed in visibility- and along with it, criticism of the org and its motivations has been raised. (Amusingly, late-night talk show host Bill Maher said that upon the appearance of the Kony 2012 campaign, he’d surged several points ahead of [...] Invisible Children’s Viral Kony Video Blasted
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