Introducing the Family Link app: Helping families navigate technology together

Blog shared from Google’s “Keyword” posted on March 15, 2017

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The devices we carry every day open up a world of information for us to explore, sparking our curiosity and creativity. But when it comes to our kids using those same devices, it’s tricky. We want them to explore and be inspired as they embark on their digital adventure, but every family feels differently about what their kids should and shouldn’t be able to do on their device. That’s why we developed the Family Link app. When your child is ready for their first Android device, Family Link lets you create a Google Account for them, which is like your own account, and also helps you set certain digital ground rules that work for your family – like managing the apps your kid can use, keeping an eye on screen time, and setting a bedtime on your kid’s device.

Here’s how it works: First, your kid will need a new device that runs Android Nougat (7.0)* or higher. Then, download Family Link onto your device and create a Google Account for them through the app. Finally, sign them into their new device, and you can then use Family Link to:


Manage the apps your kid can use

Approve or block the apps your kid wants to download from the Google Play Store.

Screenshot: Manage the apps your kid can use


To read full blog article, please click here.






The Role of Pets in Depression and Bullying in Kids

Guest Contributor: Hillary Smith

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It’s hardly possible to list all perks of owning a pet in one article, so I won’t even try. Instead, I’ll focus on one of the least discussed aspects of pet ownership – its effect on children bullying and depression. This topic is as serious as it is important to talk about since more people than we know suffer from the above-mentioned problem. Both depression and bullying in children can significantly affect the quality of life, that’s why the issue should not be left without attention.

It goes without saying that pets fulfill our lives with new emotions. Nothing compares to seeing your fluffy dog running towards you as you get back from work at the end of a long working day. And there’s sure nothing like waking up from a tender purr your cat makes when sitting by your bed early in the morning. Most of the pet owners would agree that having a four-legged friend is associated with positive emotions that range from adoration to happiness to amusement.

Can Your Pet Cure Depression?

Absolutely. Although it doesn’t happen overnight, there is scientific evidence that pets can help alleviate (or even eliminate entirely) the symptoms of depression. Animal-assisted therapy is considered an effective way of treatment for those suffering from depression and anxiety.

But How Can They Do This?

There’re plenty of possible reasons why this works, and I’d be happy to mention the most probable ones. First and foremost, pet ownership is all about unconditional and uncomplicated love. While we can only dream about such level of relationships with other human beings, our fluffy friends find it easy to bring it to our lives. With pets, love feels simple, which brings a great relief for those tired of disputes and unjustified expectations. Secondly, owning a pet encourages activity and helps you build up your daily routine. They say we’re most likely to feel depressed when are bored and not busy. Well, with a ball of fluff rushing around, there’s no enough room for boredom. Thirdly, pets are great for social interaction and they can easily fulfill your daily need of physical touch.

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Pets and Bullying in Kids

Speaking of how pet ownership affects bullying in kids, there are two different perspectives to be considered. The first one is how pets can help children fight against bullying, while the second is just the opposite – how pet ownership breeds empathy and helps children realize the true nature and adverse consequences of bullying. To put it differently, adopting a pet can help both victims of bullying and those bullying others.

So how pets can fight bullying?

As it’s been proved, pets help children better understand such complicated feelings as empathy, tolerance, and kindness – all those emotions a lack of which often results in bullying issues. Since pets are known for responding to emotional cues, they can teach children to show compassion to those in need.

At the same time, owning a pet (especially a dog) can help kids deal with a psychological burden of bullying they might experience at school or elsewhere. Having a pet helps children feel more confident, loved, and understood. As a result, having a pet is likely to make your kid able to respond to bullying better.

Being bullied can have serious negative consequences on a child’s mental health, which is why the problem should never be left untreated. Luckily, chances are good that something as simple as adopting a pet can help tremendously.

So what’s the bottom line?

Having a pet is great for both physical and mental health. However, not all pets are equal. Especially, when it comes to dogs. While some breeds are great companions and can feel like real friends, others are less inclined to hugs and kisses. So if your primary reason for owning a pet is emotional well-being, make sure to conduct a little research to be able to make an educated choice. And don’t forget the most important thing: regardless of your choice, life will never be the same. In the finest sense of these words.


Making News, Protecting Privacy, Curbing Trafficking

A Message From the President 
Dear Friends,

Happy 2017! Enough Is Enough has been working tirelessly in the month of January to tackle issues that are all part of our effort to keep our kids safe online. Current efforts range from fighting sex trafficking online, to shaping and suggesting policy within the new Trump administration, to continuing to educate the public with ways to keep our children’s online information private and safe. You’ll find below just a taste of what is going on at EIE, as well as some helpful resources to protect your family online.

In other BREAKING NEWS: EIE applauds the leadership in South Dakota and Virginia for passing resolutions declaring pornography a public health crisis. EIE continues to lead on a national level educating the public and policy makers on the harms of pornography, and we celebrate the victory with those who are taking action!

Wishing you a safe 2017, and as always, thank you for helping us keep up the good fight!


Human trafficking is a form of modern-day slavery. This crime occurs when a trafficker uses force, fraud or coercion to control another person for the purpose of engaging in commercial sex acts or soliciting labor or services against his/her will.

Enough Is Enough is working hard to make sure that parents know traffickers are targeting children — mainly between the ages of 12-19 — right in our own backyards, and are using the Internet to entice them into a face-to-face meeting. The traffickers use the same tactics used by sexual predators to groom and exploit children online.

Did you know…

  • Traffickers often set up fake accounts online to “friend” a teen, and lure them into meeting up?
  • Teens from all different social economic and ethnic backgrounds are targets.
  • Sex trafficking is the 2nd fastest growing crime in the United States, according to the FBI.
  • Law enforcement in Houston, home to Super Bowl 51, plan to increase resources to combat sex and labor trafficking. Large events are often associated with drawing in traffickers due to the large crowds that are present.

To report a tip or get help, contact the National Human Trafficking Hotline
at 1-888-373-7888.  For additional trafficking resources, click here.

EIE In the News:

Donna Rice Hughes on WUSA 9 Discussing the Women’s March (January 24, 2017)


Donna Rice Hughes on WTTG FOX 5 Discussing the Women’s March and President Trump (January 24, 2017)

Donna Rice Hughes on CBNNews.Com Discussing Cyberbullying  (January 20, 2017)
Podcast from FOSI Conference — Larry Magid speaks with Donna Rice Hughes about EIE’s Porn Free Wi-Fi Campaign, fake news and the incoming Trump administration. (December 5, 2016)

Print Media:

Protecting America’s Children: Melania Trump Vows to Fight Cyber-Bullying (January 23, 2017)
Alternet: South Carolina Bill Could Block Porn on All New Computers (December 27, 2016)
Momzette: Vast Online Dangers Threaten Curious Kids (December 7, 2016)
Will Jeff Sessions drain the Internet swamp of crimes against children? (January 10, 2017)

data-privacy-dayHeld annually on Jan. 28, Data Privacy Day generates awareness about the importance of respecting privacy, safeguarding data and enabling trust. Here are a few helpful resources from EIE’s partner, the National Cyber Security Alliance, to educate you with ways to protect your personal information and manage your privacy in preparing for the day.
Please implement these recommendations to to better manage your privacy:
  • Own your online presence: Set the privacy and security settings on websites and apps to your comfort level for information sharing. It’s OK to limit how and with whom you share information.
  • Lock down your login: Choose one account and turn on the strongest authentication tools available, such as biometrics, security keys or a unique one-time code through an app on your mobile device. Your usernames and passwords are not enough to protect key accounts like email, banking and social media.
  • Keep a clean machine: Update your security software, web browser and operating system to have the best defense against viruses, malware and other online threats.
  • Share with care: What you post can last a lifetime. Before posting something about yourself or others online, think about how it might be perceived now and in the future and who might see it.

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 other legal issues.
According to the 2016 C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital National Poll on Children’s Health, Internet safety is now the 4th most commonly identified “big problem”, up from #8 in 2014 on the list of parent’s health concerns for children.
Sexting received the biggest change in rating this year, from #13 in 2014 to #6 in 2015; kids have had free and easy access to prosecutable Internet pornography for over two decades. Child pornographers, predators and traffickers often use anonymizing tools, the Deep Web and unregulated virtual currencies to cover their tracks. And the Internet-enabled sexual exploitation of children in travel and tourism (SECTT) has out-paced international and national efforts to curb the problem.
The endless sludge of criminal content and activity on the Internet must be drained and the rule of law upheld.
Last summer, Donald J. Trump signed Enough Is Enough’s Children’s Internet Safety Presidential Pledge which included the commitment to appoint an Attorney General who will make the prosecution of existing federal laws to prevent the sexual exploitation of children online a top priority.
One key area that the committee must address is Trump’s Pledge to appoint an Attorney General who will make the enforcement of the federal obscenity, child pornography, sexual predation and sex trafficking laws a top priority. Every child deserves a protected age of innocence.
The government must start doing its job by vigorously enforcing the laws designed to protect vulnerable children in the digital age. Therefore, some of the questions based on the Pledge the Judiciary Committee should ask Senator Sessions include:
  • Will you aggressively enforce the existing federal obscenity laws, child pornography laws, sexual predation laws and the sex trafficking laws?
  • Research substantiates that online pornography is a growing health crisis that must be addressed and reversed. What strategies would you implement to deal with the proliferation of prosecutable pornography which has been allowed to flourish online due to the failure of the Obama Justice Department to enforce the existing federal obscenity laws?
  • How will you work with Congress and the White House to ensure law enforcement and intelligence agencies have the necessary tools, resources and support they need to investigate and prosecute child sexual exploitation, obscenity and child pornography and be of sufficient magnitude to effectively deter illegal activity on the Internet?
  • How will you ensure the enforcement of the Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA), requiring schools and public libraries using government eRate monies to filter child pornography, obscene content and harmful to minors material? In particular, how will you, as attorney general hold public libraries accountable to filter and work with the FCC to ensure oversight?
  • Most victims of child pornography are prepubescent with a growing trend towards the depiction of younger children, including infants. Child pornographers and sex traffickers are gravitating to the use sophisticated anonymizing tools to cover their tracks and the “Deep Web” sites that cater to their perversion which accept payment in unregulated currencies such as Bitcoin. How will you tackle these growing challenges?
  • Will you support the work of a presidential commission to examine the harmful public health impact of Internet pornography on youth, families, and the prevention of sexual exploitation of children in the digital age?
Today’s youth have fully integrated the Internet into their daily lives, using technology as a pervasive platform for education, communication, interaction, exploration, and self-expression. Preventing the sexual exploitation of youth online requires a shared responsibility between the public, corporations and government.
A growing number of government commissions, task forces, scholars, and institutions have recognized the significant risks associated with unfettered Internet access by youth, and they have called upon governments, policy makers, caregivers, industry and educators to take action. The Presidential Pledge and supporting documentation, including the signed pledge by President-elect Trump can be found at
Donna Rice Hughes, Enough Is Enough®’s CEO & President has been an Internet safety pioneer, author, and speaker since 1994. As a media commentator, she has given thousands of interviews on Internet safety related issues. She has testified numerous times before Congress, and has served as a Child Online Protection Act (COPA) Commissioner and other national and state government task forces.
To view the commentary as it appears on The Hill, please click here.

“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 hours to tape the interview. The one-hour show covers my journey over the past several decades and highlights some key EIE victories since 1994.

I haven’t seen the entire show yet, but the producers tell me it’s a great hour of journalism, the way investigative reporting should be. For those of you who are history buffs, you might appreciate the historical significance of this show which chronicles the year the mainstream media went tabloid.

One thing is for sure, I respect and love my longtime friend Barbara, who held my hand during one of the most difficult years of my life. And for those friends and family who walked though that season with me, I will always be grateful.


EIE President Donna Rice Hughes’s story and work as an Internet safety pioneer is featured in this one-hour interview with Barbara Walters.

Most importantly, I always believed that if I chose the high road, the path of dignity and follow the Lord’s leading in my life, that all these painful and challenging times would work out for good, and they did. (Romans 8:28-29)



Barbara Walters Interview Information

“Barbara Walters Presents: The Scandal That Changed History” airing tomorrow night, Tuesday, December 6, 2016 at 8ET/7C on the Investigation Discovery Channel.

Check out 3-minute promo here

Check out our Press Release here: (DONNA RICE HUGHES: FROM ‘MEDIA PUNCHING BAG’ TO INTERNATIONAL CHILD INTERNET SAFETY EXPERT: Barbara Walters Special Tuesday Reveals Woman with a Mission)

Enough Is Enough Congratulates President-Elect Donald Trump



Mr. Trump enthusiastically signed the Children’s Internet Safety Presidential Pledge in July, prior to the GOP convention

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 endorse or oppose candidates for office.

“Mr. Trump’s leadership to uphold the rule of law by signing the Children’s Internet Safety Presidential Pledge is historic and represents the first time in history a candidate has signed a pledge during the election process to defend the innocence and dignity of America’s children by promising to enforce the existing federal laws and advancing public policies designed to prevent the sexual exploitation of children online” said Mrs. Hughes, a leading Internet safety pioneer, author, speaker, and Emmy-winning filmmaker.

“Making the Internet safer for children and families is a critical step in making America safe again.”

“Internet safety is now the 4th ranked health issue for U.S. children and is a bi-partisan unifying issue that requires a holistic multi-pronged strategy with a shared responsibility between the public, industry, and government. Governments can’t parent and parents can’t enforce the law.”

Donna Rice Hughes, CEO/President of Enough Is Enough
Donna Rice Hughes,
CEO/President of Enough Is Enough

“Parents alone cannot prevent Internet crimes against their children. Government must also do its part and enforce all the laws on the books, not just some of them” adds Mrs. Hughes.

EIE will stand alongside and support President-Elect Trump as he fulfills his commitment to appoint an Attorney General, who will make the vigorous prosecution of the federal obscenity, child pornography, sexual predation, child trafficking laws and the Children’s Internet Protection Act a top priority.

The Pledge also includes provisions for the necessary resources and tools to prosecute such crimes, and calls for the establishment of public-private partnerships to step up voluntary efforts to reduce and prevent Internet crimes against children.

Finally, the Pledge asks for consideration to appoint a Presidential Commission to examine the harmful public health impact of hard-core Internet pornography and the prevention of the sexual exploitation of children in the digital age.

(Are you prepared to protect your kids so they can enjoy the wonders of the Internet while being spared from the dangers? Learn More, courtesy of Enough is Enough and YouTube)

Hughes concludes, “We applaud our next First Lady Melania Trump’s commitment to make cyberbullying her cause while in the White House, and look forward to supporting Mrs. Trump’s efforts to be an agent of change for Internet safety and responsibility.”

“With our new President and First Lady united in their commitment to prevent the Internet-enabled exploitation of our nation’s youth, the tide will begin to turn so that children can enjoy both safe and rewarding digital experiences.”

Donna Rice Hughes, Enough Is Enough‘s CEO & President has been an Internet safety pioneer, author, and speaker since 1994. As a media commentator, she has given over 4500 interviews on Internet safety related issues.

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She is also the Emmy-award winning Producer and Emmy nominated Host of the EIE’s Internet Safety 101SM TV series.

She has testified numerous times before Congress, and has served as a COPA Commissioner and served on other national and state government task forces.

She won the 2013 Women In Technology Award for Social Impact and the 2014 Professional Women in Advocacy Excellence In Advocacy Award for “Veteran Practitioner”.

The Presidential Pledge and supporting documentation can be found at



The True Cost of Those Alluring Online Quizzes

quiz-imageThey’ve become all the rage for kids and adults alike.  After all, within a matter of minutes and a few clicks of the keyboard, anyone can determine: “Which Celebrity Do You Resemble?” “What Classic Disney Princess Are You?”  “Are You Actually Smarter Than a 5th Grader?” “Which State Do I Actually Belong In?”  “How Young Are You At Heart?”  “What Is Your IQ!”  Quiz lovers and anyone seeking instant gratification or feedback about their intelligence, identity, or personality traits are up to the challenge.

There’s no denying that online quizzes and surveys can be enticing. Long before the Internet was around, they appeared in an assortment of magazines and publications. Today however, the seemingly harmless quizzes that have taken over social media feeds and appear regularly on search engine ads have driven up online traffic in record numbers to the delight of quiz developers. The results can then be instantly shared or posted to friends and any online connections. Children also partake in this viral quiz-taking phenomenon as it’s a fun and easy way to compare and share results with their friends.

But the question must be asked: Is there a cost to taking online quizzes?

The answer is a resounding yes. While many get easily sucked in to answer a set of seemingly unrelated questions to appease their curiosity, participating in online quizzes can come with a hefty price.

Although they can seem like a momentarily thrill ride as questions and images are designed to engage the quiz taker, the user is often not aware that these quizzes are a data-mining haven for the quiz developer—and even fraudsters—to collect personal data, and in some cases their money.

If you’ve ever taken a Facebook quiz, you’ll be asked to log in with your social media profile before the results can be posted for friends to see. Most often, a popup screen will ask you to allow access “to pull your provide information, photos, your friend’s info, and other content that it requires do work.” It goes on to say:

 “By proceeding, you are allowing [Insert Quiz Name] to access your information and you are agreeing to the Facebook Terms of Use in your use of [Insert Quiz Name.]” 

Did you catch that?  Your profile information is being accessed by the quiz developer (and your Facebook friends’ information is being accessed without their knowledge or permission)! The abundance of information being shared can include photos, your personal information and interests, work and education history, groups you belong to, religious views and more.

Participating in online quizzes can also lead to unwanted ads that follow you long after you’ve taken a quiz, or request a required payment or purchase with a credit card (which opens up a whole host of problems with potential credit card fraud) before results can be accessed. Even more disturbing, terms and privacy policies stemming from quizzes are sometimes found on an entirely different domain from that on which the quiz appeared. Developers are likely banking on the fact that quiz takers will breeze right through the small print allowing third-party service providers to collect a whole slew of information about personal income, buying habits, and so forth, which are then put on display for marketers ready and willing to pay for specific, targeted data.

So what can you do to protect yourself and your child?  First and foremost, if the temptation is too strong to bypass these quizzes, adjust your social media privacy settings and deselect anything you do not want shared without your permission. Also, make sure you know who your Facebook Friends are (and especially your child’s Facebook Friends if they have an account) as they may be able to share your profile information (or your child’s profile information) by taking part in these quizzes.

Teach your kids not to take these quizzes without your permission. That way, you can monitor what information they are voluntarily providing (whether they realize it or not). Of course, caution your children about posting personal or contact information, including your child’s full name, address, phone number, passwords, and financial information that should only be provided on a secure site under parental supervision.

If you’re uncertain as to how to monitor social media accounts, Enough Is Enough has a host of brief Internet Safety 101 “Rules ‘N Tools” videos available on You Tube that show how to set privacy settings, and provides instruction on ways you can know your child’s online activities and friends. Click here to view the safety videos.


So next time if you want to find out if your intelligence meets the “genius” criteria, or determine what your biological age really is, first consider the privacy rights you may be relinquishing by taking the quiz. Better yet, just bypass these quizzes all together. If you must indulge, take them the old fashioned way with paper and pencil.

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 hundreds of national, state and local groups, along with concerned citizens in a massive effort to educate the public on the harms from pornography and the many resources available to aid those affected. See WRAP Week section below for great information to help you protect your children and family.
Are you following us on Twitter and Facebook? If not, please join do so today and help us help you. Will you share this newsletter with two other people and ask them to sign up for our e-communications? Thanks everyone.
Together we are making a difference!

Shaping Policy

We are excited to report over  20,000 petitions were sent to  top Disney executives  urging them to use their legal muscle against phuge-successornographers producing Disney-themed porn. Do you believe Disney should protect their brand and our kids!  If so, please sign the petition by clicking the graphic) Thank you for being a Change Agent!
Election Day is almost here! Let our next President know that preventing the exploitation of children online MUST be a national priority by signing the Children’s Internet Safety Citizen’s Pledgesign-citizens-pledge

Changing The Culture

The first week of November is National WRAP Week. Become educated, equipped and empowered  to better understand pornography’s harms,  tricks pornographers use to get kids to their sites and other important information for
We have put together simple safety tips with short videos to empower you to prevent your kids from  porn, predators and other dangers.
Get the full Emmy-winning Internet Safety 101 TV series  now on Vimeo and the 101
Curriculum on Amazon. Get yours today!

See our Resource Center emmy-awardfor up-to-date resources by clicking on  graphic at the bottom of the screen to be redirected to our Resource Center!

Finally, our partner, The  National Center On Sexual Exploitation also has some great webinars this week. Check them out here!


EIE In the News

Press Releases:



Take Action! Become a Change Agent!

Find out more about our campaigns and how you can Take Action to help make the Internet safer for Children and Families! CLICK HERE to visit our Action Center!

Please support our mission to make the Internet Safer for Children and Families with your most generous donation today or become a regular partner by joining Donna’s Team, The President’s Circle or the CEO’s Circle!

Help Us STOP Disney Themed Porn


eie_meme_09202016_ed-04Dear 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 of Disney themed hard-core porn sites, in particular, Disneypornland. These sites-are a clear violation of Disney’s copyrighted brand as well as its signature cartoon characters.

They portray beloved Disney characters performing graphic sexual acts with one another.
Sorry parents and grandparents, they are all there. Ariel, Snow White, Cinderella, and more. Why? Because the multi-billion Internet porn industry has successfully used deceptive and misleading marketing tactics to trick online users to get them to their porn sites.

I’ve avoided making this issue more public out of concern that traffic to these sites would explode and millions of curious seekers would be exposed to the disturbing videos and images that would be difficult to erase from their minds. Trust me, don’t look, don’t search. You can’t “unsee it”. If you don’t believe me, you can simply view our Internet Safety 101 teaching series film trailor here in which I use a Disneypornland, with blurred images, as an example of the misuse of popular cartoon characters.

I first brought this issue to Disney in 1999 and several times since then. I had hoped that Disney would have taken aggressive action to enforce their copyrights. But today, sadly, Disneypornland has not been taken down and has only grown to incorporate the newest and most popular Disney characters. And it’s gotten much worse, My recent Google search on Disney-themed porn yielded more than 12,600,000 search returns. In other words, there a many other obscene porn sites that are now exploiting and capitalizing the Disney brand and characters.

Why? Because they can. Only Disney has the muscle and legal authority to take action.
Disney themed porn is a serious issue. Online pornographers will stop at nothing, and don’t believe for a minute they are not after your kids.

Pornographers understand that the sexually exploitative pornography they produce and distribute is highly addictive. If they can get children hooked at a young age when they are curious, their hormones are raging and their brains and bodies are underdeveloped, they will likely have a consumer for life unless the addiction cycle is broken.

“I think about every person in this generation, and probably the one before us, have all looked up pornography once in their life. Even if you’re not looking for it, you could be innocent on the computer…and it’ll find you.” — Zach, 15 yr.old, Internet Safety 101 DVD

Will you join us in urging Disney to aggressively pursue the shutdown popular Disney-themed porn sites, for the sake of children and families in America and all over the world?

Please sign this petition today. It is going to the inboxes of 7 top Disney executives. We are not messing around. Enough Is Enough!

Thank you for the sake of children and families worldwide,

Yours in the Fight,
Donna Rice Hughes
President & CEO
Making the Internet Safer for Children and Families., ,

P.S. In case you missed it, I wrote an article on this issue that ran in the Washington Examiner last Friday. Read it here.

Enough Is Enough® is a national bi-partisan non-profit organization who has led the fight to make the Internet safer for children and families since 1994. EIE’s efforts are focused on combating Internet p*rnography, child p*rnography, sexual predation, and cyberbullying by incorporating a three-pronged prevention strategy with shared responsibilities between the public, Corporate America, and the legal community.

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 to keep your family safe. You can read more about our partnership and commitment HERE

Shaping Policy – This is Historic!

The  Presidential nominees from both parties are supportingThe Children’s Internet Safety Presidential utilize the Oval Office to lead in preventing the Internet-enabled sexual exploitation of youth online.  We need your help to get the issues talked about in the debates and the media by signing your name to The Citizen’s Pledge. We will send all the names to the candidates and media so that kids’ safety online is talked about by Trump, Clinton, the media and in the  debates.
Click HERE to read more about the Children’s Internet Safety Presidential Pledge and to sign  Sign the Children’s Internet Safety Citizen’s Pledge Our goal is 25k signatures!

Changing the Culture

Thanks to you, we have been hitting homeruns with the National  Porn Free Wifi Campaign. We are targeting libraries, hotels and more restaurants next. Stay tuned for a huge announcement soon!
IF you haven’t already, please add your name to our Thank you to McDonald’s for filtering their WiFi nationally and to Starbucks for their pledge to begin filtering.Learn About McDonalds’ and Starbucks’ commitment to family safe Wifi .

Thank Starbucks and McDonalds for Filtering Their Public Wifi

EIE In The News

Donna Rice Hughes on EWTN News Nightly 

Donna Rice Hughes was on The Laura Ingraham Show on September 28th, talking about the Historical Children’s Internet Safety Presidential Pledge. You can listen with a subscription HERE.

Print Media:







Take Action! Become a Change Agent!

 Friend, we are making a HUGE IMPACT to protect kids online but we can no longer do this without your financial support. If you agree that we are winning big, will you support us? EIE is  a small donor supported organization. Here’s how you can help!

Donate- and help make the internet safe for children and families 

For the Sake of the Children,


PS.  Learn More About October and Cyber Security Month Get involved with National Cybersecurity Awareness month efforts