Hold up–let’s give you a minute to FREAK OUT (!!!!)
All good? Great. Here’s what you need to know:
Bieber is partnering with Facebook and MTV’s A Thin Line to help stop digital abuse (cyberbullying, online stalking, textual harassment, etc). He’s calling on you to join him by posting your action to stop digital abuse on Draw Your Line, MTV’s virtual map tracking actions taken across the country. Every time you post an action from now until the end of March, you’ll be eligible to enter for a chance to win one of several prizes:
+ The Grand Prize A trip for two and backstage passes to a taping of MTV’s “The Seven” and a personalized voice-mail greeting recorded by Justin Bieber.
+ Three First Prizes A personalized voice-mail greeting recorded by Justin Bieber.
+ Ten Second Prizes 250 Facebook Credits.
So get to postin‘. Here are a few ways you can take action against digital abuse and then enter for a chance to win:
Get the facts. The line between what’s OK online and what’s not gets blurrier every day. Get the facts on things like constant messaging, online spying and digital disrespect from A Thin Line and Facebook’s Safety Center. “Like” the Safety Page on Facebook to get updates in your news feed on all the latest.
Be smart. Your Facebook password should be eight or more characters and a combo of upper and lowercase letters plus numbers and at least one other symbol. If your password doesn’t meet these requirements, you should change it. Remember: never share it!
Help others. Be supportive of your Facebook friends. If they’re getting trashed or harassed on Facebook, step in or, if it’s really bad, report the abuse. A Thin Line has more tips for taking control of your digital domain.
You have to be at least 14 years old and a legal resident of one of the 50 U.S. states or D.C.to enter. Read the Official Rules.
Draw Your Line
Post your action to end digital abuse for a chance to win a personalized voicemail greeting by Bieber!
Like A Thin Line
"Like" MTV's A Thin Line on Facebook to learn more about digital abuse and how you can put a stop to it.