Media Coverage featuring EIE

August 14, 2019 WIBW TV: Are your digital devices secure before heading back to school?

As kids go back to school it's important for parents to remember to secure digital devices for privacy and safety. A new school year can mean new digital devices like computers, tablets, and smartphones, and while new technology can open up a world of new learning possibilities for students, it also can bring things like scammers and harmful conte ...MORE..

June 26, 2019 MarketWatch: Parents of YouTube child stars say proposed safety protections could cost them money

As YouTube weighs a massive restructure to protect children, creators worry about revenue Changes that YouTube is considering to protect children aren’t going over too well with some parents whose kids star in the site’s videos. YouTube is considering moving all content that stars children to YouTube Kids, an app that Google, which owns You ...MORE..

June 26, 2019 South Strand News: McMaster leads gubernatorial pledge for childhood internet safety

n June 19, South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster set the tone for governors across the country to pledge an aggressive approach to protecting children from the dangers of the internet. McMaster is the first governor to take the pledge which was modeled after the one used by the Enough is Enough non-profit during the 2016 presidential election i ...MORE..

June 22, 2019 CBN: SC Governor Signs Pledge Making Children's Internet Safety 'Top Priority'

South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster signed the first ever "Children's Internet Safety Governor's Pledge" this week. The pledge makes the issue of sexual exploitation of children a top priority in the state. It works to better enforce and advance existing state laws surrounding child pornography and sex trafficking. Teaming up with the organizat ...MORE..

June 19, 2019 Fox Carolina: Governor signs pledge to stop the victimization of South Carolina children on the internet

Columbia, SC - On Wednesday, Governor Henry McMaster was surrounded by state politicians and members of the Enough is Enough organization to announce the state's pledge to protect children from child predators.  Governor McMaster, First Lady Peggy McMaster, Lieutenant Governor Pamela Evetter and representatives from the state and the Enough is ...MORE..

June 19, 2019 WLTX: Gov. Henry McMaster signs Children’s Internet Safety Governor’s Pledge

Gov. McMaster signed an internet safety pledge modeled after "Enough Is Enough®." COLUMBIA, S.C. — Governor Henry McMaster held a press conference Wednesday morning where he introduced the first-ever Children’s Internet Safety Governor's Pledge.   This pledge is designed to make the internet a safer place for children and will enforce exist ...MORE..

June 19, 2019 WACH: Gov. McMaster signs Children's Internet Safety pledge

Governor Henry McMaster signed the Children's Internet Safety pledge today at the State House. “Internet safety is one of our biggest concerns when it comes to protecting the health and well-being of our children,” said Governor McMaster. "Despite years of efforts, the increasing use of the Internet has enabled offenders to reach and abuse c ...MORE..

May 9, 2019 WND: Starbucks Puts Kibosh On Wifi Porn

Starbucks has eliminated WiFi porn at its 8,500 company-owned stores across the United States, according to an internet safety organization. Now, when a customer logs in to a Starbucks-owned location’s WiFi, the following message appears when a patron attempts to view inappropriate content: ‘Access to this site has been blocked,'” said the a ...MORE..

April 27, 2019 Is McDonald's More Concerned Than Notre Dame About Chastity?

There has been clearer moral leadership on this issue from the Golden Arches than from Notre Dame's Golden Dome In October of last year, a group of faculty, staff, and students petitioned the executive leadership of Notre Dame with a simple request: "that the University implement a filter to make pornography inaccessible on the Notre Dame Wi-Fi ...MORE..

April 13, 2019 Newsweek: After Catholic University Students Vote To Ban Porn On Campus Wifi, Nonprofit Renews Call For Notre Dame To Follow

About a week after Catholic University of America students in Washington, D.C., voted to bar access to pornographic websites via the on-campus wireless internet network, a nonprofit anti-pornography organization renewed its call for the University of Notre Dame to enact similar measures. On Tuesday, Enough Is Enough®, a nonprofit dedicated to fig ...MORE..

April 12, 2019 CNSNews.com: 'Catholic' Notre Dame Ignores Student Pleas to Filter Porn From Campus WiFi

(CNSNews.com) -- Although Notre Dame University is a "Catholic" school headed by a priest, Rev. John Jenkins, it has dismissed the request of many students, faculty members, and an anti-pornography/anti-sex trafficking group to install a mandatory filter on its public WiFi to block online pornography.  On Feb. 4, (Donna Rice) Hughes wrote a let ...MORE..

April 12, 2019 Lifesite News: Alumna, mom of current student pleads with Notre Dame to 'take a stand' on porn

SOUTH BEND, Indiana, April 12, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) — An alumna and mother of a student of Notre Dame is asking university president Rev. John Jenkins in a letter to grant a student petition for a campus-wide pornography filter for the university's WiFi internet service. Molly Kraker is a graduate of the Catholic university in South Bend, India ...MORE..

March 15, 2019 Faithwire: Instagram, Facebook Outages Reveal America's Epidemic Porn Problem

You know how the saying goes: Idle hands are the devil's workshop. While I think that proverb gives Satan a little too much credit for our bad choices, the principle proved true during the great social media crisis earlier this week, when Instagram, Facebook and WhatsApp were offline for several hours.... During an interview with Faithwire las ...MORE..

February 27, 2019 FAITHWIRE: Pornography Fuels Sexual Abuse, And College Campuses Need to Take Action to Fix It

Identifying a problem is the easy part; it's solving it that takes a lot of work. That's where a recent study from Duke University has left college administrators — in the space between awareness and action, a place many unfortunately never leave, according to Enough Is Enough® founder Donna Rice Hughes. New research from The Duke Chronicle r ...MORE..

February 21, 2019 February 1, 2019: Donna Rice Hughes and Alma Tucker joined Shannon Bream on "Fox News @ Night" to discuss President Donald J. Trump's White House meeting on human trafficking