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Want to take a stand on discrimination, both online and off? Today, MTV launched Look Different, a campaign that’s here to help open your eyes to hidden biases. Check it out!
Look Different is here to help open your eyes to hidden biases.
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Should you share your passwords with your online sweetheart? Catfish's Nev and Max talk about it in this week's Over the Line? Confessional. 
In today's video installment, the fellas tackle whether or not to share your online passwords with your loved ones.
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Not sure how old your online crush is? Catfish's Nev + Max share their advice on what to do in this week's Over the Line? Confessional.
In today's video installment, the fellas tackle what to do if you're unsure of exactly how old your online crush is.
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Dig out your finest purple fashion for this Thursday -- it's Spirit Day! Find out more about how you can take a stand against bullying on the A THIN LINE blog.
What are you wearing on Thursday? If you want to take a stand against bullying and support your LGBT friends, you’ll be rocking purple for the third annual Spirit Day. The day, started by high school student Brittany McMillan, has encouraged millions of people, schools, and corporations to “go purple” for the day and speak out against bullying.
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How would you tell your parents that you were dating someone older online? Catfish's Nev and Max have some advice -- check it out on MTV Act. 
In today's video installment of Over The Line confessionals, the fellas discuss how to tell your parents about your online relationship.
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 video popups another scam to laptop and system failure not even able to open mail box so much spam along with the viruses on my cpu why is it you reach for the stars then it explodes when you open your eyes 
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Did you know that according to a recent A THIN LINE study, half of young people say they regularly see discriminatory language online? We've proposed a panel on this for SXSW Interactive, and we'd love your support! Vote for our panel at the link below.
I'm a Racist! (j/k). Millennials are widely considered the most diverse and tolerant generation. Yet 1 in 2 young people report that they regularly see discriminatory language online, and 46% say it's okay to use it sometimes, if you make clear you're “just kidding.” At the same time, ...
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Discriminatory language!! Why not say unethical,normless,vulgarism in online! 3x porn pics are posting! Society is going vulgar! Thats why rape is going on! But pre marry,xtra marital, polygamy, multi partner sex,group sex are common secenerio! Girls are habituated sex in school age! I think those days are closer when marry could not be possible
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Today is Everyone Matters Day! Post an ‪#‎IAM‬ selfie today to show your pride about who you are. 
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This new study from the Associated Press, NORC at the University of Chicago, and MTV shows that one in two young people report seeing discriminatory language on social media, and less than half of young people would intervene when they see discriminatory language online. Would you stand up and say something?
WASHINGTON (AP) — In a shift in attitude, most young people now say it's wrong to use racist or sexist slurs online, even if you're just kidding. But when they see them, they don't take much personal offense.
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According to this recent study that we did with the Associated Press and NORC at the University of Chicago, digital abuse is declining and young people are more likely to ask for help from family members. Are you seeing similar trends at your school?
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Need help avoiding digital drama? Nev and Max from Catfish share their tips in this debut installment of their new animated series. http://act.mtv.com/posts/catfish-gets-cartooned-why-you-should-wear-a-condom-online-video/
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Nev and Max from Catfish are responding to some of the stories you posted on Over the Line? -- head to MTV Act to hear their thoughts on when to meet someone you've met online, and visit http://www.overtheline.org/ to share and rate stories!
Catfish hosts Nev + Max have teamed up with MTV Act and MTV's anti-online bullying movement, A Thin Line, to create Over The Line Confessionals.
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Where do you feel like you can be yourself? Our friends at +That's Not Cool want to know. To participate in their supercool new campaign, upload photos of the places where you feel like you can truly be yourself with the hashtag #WhereIAmMe !
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MTV's A THIN LINE is here to empower you to draw your own line between digital use and abuse.
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The Web and cell phones have forever changed how we interact with others. Things we used to share in person – and in private – can now be broadcast to thousands, instantly. As a result, new issues like forced sexting, textual harassment and cyberbullyiing have emerged, which now affect a majority of young people in the U.S.

MTV's A THIN LINE campaign is built on the understanding that there's a "thin line" between what may begin as a harmless joke and something that could end up having a serious impact on you or someone else. We know no generation has ever had to deal with this, so we're partnering with you to help figure it out. On-air, online and on your cell, we're sparking a conversation and deliver information that helps you draw your own digital line. 

Through A THIN LINE, over 1 million young people have already taken action to stop the spread of digital abuse -- so far. Stand connected with us!

If you need direct help, visit our Take Control page.

We want you to feel free to have open and honest discussions here, but we also expect those discussions to be respectful and (relatively) on topic. MTV reserves the right to remove inappropriate content, including ...but not limited to:

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To ensure that everyone can participate in the conversation and that no abuse is taking place, we only accept comments in English.