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At EIE, we have a 3 PRONG STRATEGY to make the Internet safer for children and families. This Strategy is a shared responsibility between the public, corporate America, and Government.

OUR MISSION

The Enough Is Enough® (EIE) mission is to make the Internet Safer for Children and Families.

 We are dedicated to continue raising public awareness about the dangers of Internet pornography and sexual predators, cyberbullying and other dangers and to advancing solutions that promote equality, fairness, and respect for human dignity with shared responsibility between the public, technology, and the law.

We stand for freedom of speech as defined by the Constitution of the United States; for a culture where all people are respected and valued; for a childhood with a protected period of innocence; for healthy sexuality; and for a society free from sexual exploitation.

NEWS

News Update - Dec 14
Vogue is still at it with Tweens and Teens

News Update - Dec 12
The Best Gift You Can Give in 2017

Media Coverage - Dec 6
Yahoo News: Cybersafety experts weigh in on Facebook's new Messenger app for kids: 'This is horrifying'

Media Coverage - Nov 18
Breitbart News: Mom's March for America Celebrates Opening of Museum of the Bible

News Update - Nov 16
EIE President Donna Rice Hughes Joins Candy Carson and other Women to Ring the Bible Museum's Liberty Bell at Grand Opening on Friday in Washington DC

Press ReleasesMedia CoverageNews Updates Commentaries

OUR PROJECTS

"EIE's preventative work motivates parents to establish proactive Internet safety rules and also to use the technological tools necessary to help prevent children from being victimized by online predators. At NCMEC, we have seen how every new technological innovation can be used for harm. Parents must remain informed to protect their children from this threat; EIE plays a critical role in educating parents to be involved in their children's online life, and I thank them for their tremendous work to protect children nationwide."

— Ernie Allen, President & CEO, National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC)

"I have 12 grandchildren and love your organization."

— E. Winter

"Enough Is Enough® (EIE) is a significant partner, [and] EIE President Donna Rice Hughes has been a staunch proponent of parental education programs for Virginia. Through EIE's years of experience and work on this critical issue, and through EIE's singular work with parents nationwide, they are helping to shape the resources and tools that parents and educators across Virginia will receive."

— Lisa M. Hicks-Thomas, Deputy Attorney General, Virginia

"EIE plays a critical role in educating parents to be involved in their children's online life."

— Ernie Allen, President & CEO, National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC)

"What Donna and Enough Is Enough® are doing is fabulous, because the prevention is huge."

— Mother of a Victim of Internet Pornography

"EIE has been an important player in our efforts to protect children online. EIE has been on the forefront of this issue for over a decade, and through years of work with parents nationwide, they have developed important resources and techniques for educating, motivating and empowering parents to be proactive participants in their children's online lives. ."

— John L. Brownlee, United States Attorney, Western District of Virginia

 "[Enough Is Enough®] is an organization devoted to keeping online pornography off kids' computers."

— Katie Couric, The Today Show

"€œEIE, headed by Donna Rice Hughes, has been a leading force in raising national recognition of the critically serious problem of Internet child pornography and sexual predation."

--€” Andrew G. Oosterbaan, Chief, U.S. Department of Justice, Criminal Division, Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section

It is better to light a candle
than to curse the darkness.