1. The revival of attention surrounding Joseph Kony's crimes.

2. -Thanks to the digital age, heinous crimes are more difficult to commit without attracting attention.

- A video gone viral has once again shed light upon his child abductions and forcing the children to be soldiers or sex slaves.

- A warrant for his arrest was issued in 2005, and those of the International Criminal Court are still hunting him.

- Obama has sent 100 troops to assist in Uganda.

3. The writer believes that the internet has great potential to help catch criminals like Kony.

4. Joseph Kony is living evidence of the heartening proposition that, thanks to the digital revolution, it's getting harder to perpetrate atrocities outside of public view.

5. The writer mostly discusses the possible positive benefits of the world being well-informed. ( "Foreign pressure may not bring Kony to justice, but the ubiquity of camera-equipped cellphones and digital sharing may give bad guys like him pause -- and empower their victims to better protect themselves." )

6. The collumnist has high hopes for the issue to be improved by the recent development.

7. This article was not written for any specicfic type of reader, as it provides the necessary information to understand the article.

8. The author does not use many facts, but instead relies on emotional appeal and logic.

 

Assignment B

The only rhetorical device prevalent in the article is pathos. "Perhaps the Rwandan genocide, or the mass murders by the Nazis, will be just a little harder to replicate now that it's likelier somebody, somewhere, will be watching."