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Submitted by Pozzle 609d ago | opinion piece

Internet Rallies Against Kickstarter for Nine-Year-Old Girl

When Susan Wilson of Stevensville, Maryland launched a Kickstarter campaign for $829 to send her nine-year-old daughter Kenzie to role-playing game design camp last Thursday, she never expected donations to surpass $20,000. She also didn't expect to be branded and scammer, a manipulator and a child abuser. The threats of violence were also a big surprise. (Culture, Kickstarter)

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