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'Angry Birds' join MTV in anti-bullying campaign

An original "Angry Birds" PSA will air across MTV channels as part of MTV's multi-year "A THIN LINE" campaign, which has inspired over 1 million young people to take action to stop digital abuse. Handout

Rovio, the entertainment company and creators of the globally successful 'Angry Birds' game, has teamed up with MTV in support of an anti-bullying campaign, "A Thin Line". The multi-year campaign has inspired well over 1 million young people to take action against "digital disrespect," "cruelty" and "sexting" among other types of personal attacks.

Head on over to the campaign's website (

Post your "positive action" in the fight against bullying to receive a hint on how to grab a secret "Golden Egg" in Rovio's new "Angry Birds Space" game that officially launched Thursday.

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