"The technology has changed. The problem hasn’t."

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Cell phones, iPads, laptops. These and a variety of other technologies play a big role in our daily lives. We use them to go grocery shopping, keep our schedules in order, track our finances, and so much more. But as helpful as these technologies can be, they can also be used for a much darker purpose.

According to MTV’s A Thin Line Campaign, 41% of young adults in the U.S. aged (14-24) have experienced digital abuse in their relationships. The term “digital abuse” describes a variety of forms of abuse including hacking, stalking, tracking, and spreading slanderous information.
To take action and speak out about this issue, we collaborated with local advertising agency, UNION.

Together, we created a PSA to raise awareness about the fact that after all these years abuse is still a problem that needs to be addressed.

Click here to check out our PSA. If you would like to be part of our conversation about ending all forms of abuse, including digital abuse, please share this PSA with your friends and family. To insight change, we must first acknowledge the problem.