EIE Press Releases: 2017

November 16, 2017 Statement: Donna Rice Hughes to Join in Ringing of Liberty bell at Grand Opening of Bible Museum

Mom's March Launches Nationwide Ringing of Bells at Historic Grand Opening of Bible Museum  On Friday, November 17th, the Museum of the Bible opens its doors in Washington D.C.!  I am honored beyond words to join other moms from the Mom’s March for America, held this ...MORE..

September 18, 2017 Statement: Donna Rice Hughes, World Congress: Child Dignity in the Digital World, October, 2017

Donna Rice Hughes Statement - World Congress.pdf “I am honored to participate in this distinguished Congress as I have devoted the past 24 years of my professional life fighting to prevent the online exploitation of children fueled by Internet pornography, child sexual abuse images and predation. I hope to offer key strategie ...MORE..

August 15, 2017 Statement from Donna Rice Hughes: Calling on Conde Nast to Take Down Teen Vogue Article

Great Falls, Va -- Enough Is Enough® (EIE), a national non-profit Internet safety organization, is appalled that Teen Vogue and publisher Conde Nast have ignored a national outcry to remove a “sex guide” promoting sodomy for its young readers. Demands for the article's r ...MORE..

July 20, 2017 Statement from Donna Rice Hughes: Teen Vogue Must Stop Promoting Sexual Activity to Youth

Statement of Internet Safety Advocate Donna Rice Hughes on Teen Vogue’s Promotion of "Safe Anal Sex" for Pre-Teen and Teen Audiences.  July 20, 2017 Great Falls, VA – “Teen Vogue crossed the li ...MORE..

April 4, 2017 Enough Is Enough® Applauds Congresswoman Wagner's Bill to Fight Internet-enabled Sexual Exploitation, Crime and Trafficking

WASHINGTON, DC — On Monday, Congresswoman Ann Wagner (MO) introduced a bill to amend Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (CDA), which has been misused for years as a defense to shield facilitators of child pornography and the sex trafficking of children and women.  Enough Is Enough® (EIE) supports this much needed ...MORE..

February 23, 2017 Statement of Donna Rice Hughes on White House Meeting on Human Sex Trafficking

National Harbor, MD:   Donna Rice Hughes, President of Enough Is Enough®, (EIE) the pioneering Internet safety advocacy organization, applauds Ivanka Trump for shining a light in the conversation to stop Human Sex Trafficking.   Last summer, President Trump signed EIE’s Children’s Internet Safety Presidentia ...MORE..

January 30, 2017 Trump Administration Poised To Tackle Children’s Online Safety

The Children’s Internet Safety Presidential Pledge - Foundational to Draining the Cyber Swamp For Immediate Release January 30, 2017 WASHINGTON, DC — Enough Is Enough® (EIE), a bi-partisan organization dedicated to making the Internet safer for children and families, is positioned to work alongside the Trump administrat ...MORE..

January 6, 2017 Questions for Jeff Sessions on Prevention of Internet-enabled Sexual Exploitation of Children

WASHINGTON, DC — When the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee holds confirmation hearings for Sen. Jeff Sessions to be the country’s eighty-fourth Attorney General, the committee will probe his views on law enforcement, criminal justice and a number of other legal issues. “Internet safety is the 5th top ranked is ...MORE..