Category Archives: Newsletters

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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Labor of Love…Safety Never Sleeps

Dear Friends, Traditionally, Labor Day is a day to celebrate the achievements of American workers. We have a lot to be proud of and a lot to celebrate! Nowadays, hard-working Americans enjoy Labor Day as a day to take a break from their hard work and celebrate the unofficial end of summertime. Even though many …

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Exciting Progress!

Dear Friends, This summer has been so productive in our efforts to make the Internet safer for children and families. In summary, a few of our key victories include both McDonald’s and Starbucks’ commitment to filter their public WiFi, Donald Trump’s signing of our Children’s Internet Safety Presidential Pledge, and the launch of our summer …

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Three Victories in Three Weeks!

    Dear Friends and Partners of EIE; For the third time in three weeks, we have big things happening here at EIE! Building on the success of McDonald’s agreeing to filter their WiFi in nearly 14,000 stores nationwide and Starbucks’ promise to filter their WiFi both nationally AND globally, we were able to convince …

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Sextortion Leads to Teen’s Suicide, Donna’s Letter to Cosmopolitan’s Editor-in-Chief

May was certainly busy! There is no rest when it comes to waging the war to prevent the sexual exploitation of youth online.  June is here and with that in mind, I would like to be able to update you on a few things. We have been spreading the message about the dangers of sexting, …

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My Time Magazine Interview: Talking to your kids about Snapchat

Dear Friends, Snapchat is one of the fastest growing social media sites and one of the most popular sites for tweens and teens. Youth love it because of its “Mission Impossible” messaging system. Any photo or video sent over Snapchat will self-destruct within moments of viewing … perfect for avoiding parental detection and accountability. Recently, …

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Cosmo Promotes Sexting and Self Pornification

Dear Friends, Recently, Cosmopolitan Magazine wrote a “how to” on sending the “perfect” sext. No, this isn’t a joke. You read correctly. You and I know there’s no such thing as a perfect sext. And deep down they know it, too. They know full well that preteen and teen girls are within their demographic buying …

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