The Advancements, the Pitfalls and the Vision to Keep Children Safer Online, by Donna Rice Hughes

Today’s youth have fully integrated the Internet into their daily lives, using technology as a powerful platform for education, communication, interaction, exploration, and self-expression. The Internet opens its users to a world that is reflective of contemporary human life, providing access to what is good, beneficial, and beautiful, but when unrestricted, it opens doors to what is ugly, depraved, dangerous, and even criminal.

Enough Is Enough®® (EIE) was the first non-profit organization to recognize the abuse and misuse of the Internet by pornographers, child pornographers, and predators, and in 1995, birthed the Internet safety movement in America with a mission to make the internet safer for children and families....

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