Author Archive: Donna Rice Hughes

Will Jeff Sessions drain the Internet swamp of crimes against children?

The following commentary by EIE President and CEO Donna Rice Hughes appeared on Jan. 10, 2017 in “The Hill.“ As the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee holds confirmation hearings for Senator Jeff Sessions to be the country’s eighty-fourth attorney general today, the committee will probe his views on law enforcement, criminal justice and a number of …

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“Barbara Walters Presents” My 5th Show with Barbara

“Barbara Walters Presents” My 5th Show with Barbara Airing Tuesday, December 6 at 8PM ET/7C on the Investigation Discovery Channel A Message From the President Dear Friends, I wanted to let you know about my interview with the legendary Barbara Walters airing tomorrow night. I sat down with Barbara in June for a couple of …

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Enough Is Enough Congratulates President-Elect Donald Trump

  Donna Rice Hughes, CEO/President of Enough Is Enough® (EIE), whose mission is making the Internet safer for children and families, congratulates Donald J. Trump on winning the Presidency. Mr. Trump enthusiastically signed The Children’s Internet Safety Presidential Pledge in July, prior to the GOP convention. EIE is a non-partisan, non-profit organization and does not …

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Together, We are Making Great Strides to Keep Kids and Families Safe Online

Dear Friends, As we wrap up October and National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, it is our hope that you learned a lot by following us on social media and are better equipped to protect your family from threats. (Learn more at Cybersecurity section of our 101 site.) This week is White Ribbon Against Pornography Week (WRAP) which brings together …

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Help Us STOP Disney Themed Porn

SIGN OUR PETITION NOW HELP US STOP DISNEY-THEMED XXX PORNOGRAPHY Dear Friends and Partners in the Movement, We need your help. What I am about to tell you will shock you, but its true. For 15 years, we at Enough Is Enough® , have patiently urged Disney executives to take action to stop the proliferation …

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EIE Newsletter for October 2016

Dear Friends, September was a busy month filled with huge victories to  shape public policy and change the culture! October is Cyber Security Awareness Month, and we have lots planned in partnership with the National CyberSecurity Alliance and the Department of Homeland Security so be sure to stay plugged in to EIE for more information …

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Parents, Whack-a-mole, and Cyberthreats

Stop. Think. Connect.  Enough Is Enough Joins Homeland Security Campaign Urging Families, Educators, and Companies to be More Vigilant Online WASHINGTON, DC— Enough Is Enough (EIE) joins the National Cyber Security Alliance and the Department of Homeland Security’s Cyber Security Awareness Campaign for National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM). “Stop.Think.Connect.” is a national public awareness …

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My Statement on the Debate Tonight and OpeED in The Hill Today

Dear Friends, Are you as excited as I am about the Presidential Debate tonight? I have been sharing with you the great news about how both candidates have committed to support the Children’s Internet Safety Presidential Pledge and I am happy to share with you that today The Hill published my opinion piece, “Trump and …

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Donna’s Press Statement: Weiner’s Woes Worsen

STATEMENT OF INTERNET SAFETY ADVOCATE DONNA RICE HUGHES ON ANTHONY WEINER SEXTING REPORT   Washington, D.C–” Reports indicate Anthony Weiner has been knowingly sexting with a minor, a fifteen-year-old high school girl. While sexting may unfortunately be the new normal for youth and adults alike, adults sexting with minor children is a crime.  Mr. Weiner’s compulsive sexting …

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Teaching Your Kids to Combat Cyberbullying

Note: a Special thanks to guest blogger Deborah Lansing for this informative piece on cyberbullying!   — Donna Rice Hughes, President & CEO, Enough Is Enough Parenting in the digital era has to be taken to another level. Not only must we be aware of the dangers that lurk around our local community but we …

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