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Hillary Clinton Promises to Protect Children From Sexual Exploitation Online

HILLARY CLINTON PROMISES TO PROTECT CHILDREN FROM SEXUAL EXPLOITATION ONLINE   Supports Goals of The Children’s Internet Safety Presidential Pledge For Immediate Release September 7, 2016 Washington, D.C.–Donna Rice Hughes, CEO/President of Enough Is Enough™  (EIE),whose mission  is making the Internet safer for children and families,  is very encouraged with the response to   The Children’s Internet …

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Donald Trump Pledges to Protect Children From Sexual Exploitation Online

DONALD TRUMP PLEDGES TO PROTECT CHILDREN FROM SEXUAL EXPLOITATION ONLINE Vows Aggressive Enforcement of Existing Federal Laws For Immediate Release August 1, 2016   Washington, D.C.–Donna Rice Hughes, CEO/President of  Enough Is Enough®  (EIE), whose mission  is making the Internet safer for children and families, is very encouraged with the response to  The Children’s Internet …

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WEINER’S COMPULSIVE SEXTING IS TEACHABLE MOMENT FOR PARENTS AND TEENS

For Immediate Release September 1, 2016 WEINER’S COMPULSIVE SEXTING IS TEACHABLE MOMENT FOR PARENTS AND TEENS  Studies Show Menacing Threats from Youth Sexting Washington, D.C.—Donna Rice Hughes, President of Enough Is Enough™ (EIE), the pioneering internet safety organization, advises parents to learn from the Anthony Weiner sexting scandal and become vigilant about the predatory and emotional dangers …

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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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We Are Not Only Changing the Culture…, We Are Changing the World, Thanks to You!

Dear Friend; We did it together!  I am overwhelmed with the enormous success we are experiencing with the National Porn-Free WiFi campaign, which we launched in the fall of 2014! Two weeks ago we announced TWO major victories! Victory 1: McDonald’s began to filter their public WiFi from pornography and child pornography in January in their company owned …

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Thank You McDonalds!

Dear Friends, Thank you, Thank you, Thank you! Because of your faithful partnership and dedication in supporting our efforts to make the Internet safer for children and families, we have a major victory to share with you! McDonald’s is now filtering their public Wifi to block both child pornography and pornography in approximately 14,000 stores …

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  March 31, 2014  Internet Pornography: The Largest Unregulated Social Experiment In History By: Donna Rice Hughes  A recent New York Times article by  David Segal “Does Porn Hurt Children” concludes that the jury is still out with respect to the “hazardous mix of teenagers and pornography”.  Nothing could be further from the truth.    Abe …

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New York Public Library: Out of Touch with the Public and the Law

A fistfight between an impatient person and a porn-viewing patron at the Brooklyn Public Library has reignited an old debate regarding whether adults should have free and easy access to hardcore pornography, or illegal adult pornography, known under the law as obscenity, at their local public library.  A spokesperson for the library has explained that …

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What is Morally Wrong Cannot be Politically Correct

Abe Lincoln said it best, “What is morally wrong cannot be politically correct.”  Yet the exponential pornification of our culture is contributing both directly and indirectly to the epidemic of child sexual abuse, and unfortunately, certain segments of our government are turning a blind eye. The U.S. spends trillions in military engagements overseas to prevent, …

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Our Culture Today: Drowning in Porn

This month’s New York Magazine included several articles under the banner “Drowning in Porn”, examining, in part, the impact the web-porn “tsunami” is having on the pornography industry, adults and children. As the series explains, the Internet served as “a distribution chute liberating [pornography] from the trench-coat ghetto of brown paper wrappers and seedy adult …

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