Media Coverage featuring EIE, 2015

October 20, 2015 Donna on Comcast Newsmaker

Click here to see Donna's Interview on Comcast Newsmaker. (it's only 4 minutes!) ...MORE..

August 5, 2015 The Washington Post -"What happens when a hook-up app like Hot or Not allows both kids and adults" By Caitlin Dewey

Zach Anderson, an Indiana teenager, was recently sentenced to 25 years on that state’s sex offender registry after he slept with a 14-year-old who told him she was 17. The pair met on the hook-up app “Hot or Not,” which prompted the judge on the case to bemoan, at length, the sexual mores of kids these days. But maybe His Honor should’ ...MORE..

July 31, 2015 Hello Barbie…Adiós Privacy?

  First 5 LA - By: Richard Moxley Imagine a doll that can have a real conversation with your daughter by understanding her words and responding intelligently. Imagine also that the doll’s manufacturer can capture, store and use information it gathers from these interactive doll conversations – who she is, what she li ...MORE..

July 13, 2015 WND "Experts take warning about porn dangers to U.S. Capitol" By Paul Bremmer

Experts take warning about porn dangers to U.S. Capitol   By: Paul Bremmer, WND - "The mother always let her 5-year-old son and 2-year-old daughter take baths together. There was nothing w ...MORE..

June 13, 2015 Arizona Daily Star "Keeping kids safe on social media" By Angela Pittenger

  Online help Peine recommends parents and children visit to learn about internet safety. The site — run by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children — has categories for parents, teens and younger children, with information presented in age-appropriate ways. also offers kid and teen friend ...MORE..

June 8, 2015 OneNews Now "Looking close the Loophole" By Charlie Butts

OneNews Now - "Looking to Close the Loophole" Monday, June 8, 2015 / By Charlie Butts/ (   "As human trafficking, including children, has moved from the streets to the Internet, and one organization that aims to make the Internet safer for children and families says it will take Congress and the media to make needed changes. ...MORE..

May 27, 2015 World Magazine - Judge rules Backpage is not liable for pimping kids.

"Federal judge: Backpage not liable for ads pimping children" HUMAN TRAFFICKING By KILEY CROSSLAND World Magazine -     "A Massachusetts federal judge has ruled in favor of, a classifieds website accused of hosting ads for pimps who sexually traffic children. The suit, filed in October 2014 on behalf of thr ...MORE..

May 1, 2015 WISN TV News -Businesses' unfiltered Wi-Fi means kids can access inappropriate material

 Last week, Donna Rice Hughes did a TV interview with Milwalkee's WISN 12 News station who joined Enough Is Enough® in its efforts and pressed Starbucks and McDonald's for a response:   "WISN 12 News reporter Kent Wainscott went to an area McDonald's to check it out. Wainscott didn't access any inappropriate websites, but simply searched ...MORE..

March 31, 2015 National P*rn Free WiFi - In the News

  Dear Friends,  In case you missed it, we've gotten some good media coverage on the National P*rn Free WiFi Campaign. Citizenlink Radio, "Group Calls on McDonald's and Starbucks To Filter Wi-Fi" By: Kim Trobee, March 23, 2015 Click here to listen.  Breitart, "Groups Ask McDonald's and Starbucks to Block WiFi P*rn" By: Au ...MORE..

March 19, 2015 BizPacReview, "Porn-free Wi-Fi: Push to get Starbucks & McDonald’s to filter more than just coffee is gaining steam" by Donna Rice Hughes

"There is no doubt that the Internet has revolutionized our lives for the better. Digital technologies are evolving daily with new innovations, cool tools, toys and devices. Being connected is a way of life for most everyone over the age of 10. Older youth don’t even differentiate between their online lives and their offline lives. Since ...MORE..

March 17, 2015 AFA Partners with EIE and 70+ Organizations to Send 46,500-Signature Petition to McDonald's and Starbucks

 ***NEWS RELEASE*** For Immediate Release March 17, 2015   CONTACT:  Deborah Hamilton, Hamilton Strategies, 215.815.7716, 610.584.1096 or Beth Harrison, 610.584.1096,   AFA Partners with Enough Is Enough® and 70+ Organizations to Send 46,500-Signature Petition to McDonald’s and Starbucks  AFA Jo ...MORE..

March 17, 2015 WND "Not lovin' it: McD's, Starbucks pushed to go porn-free" by Leo Hohmann

"The group, Enough is Enough, is asking the two corporate giants to provide the same Internet filtering at their U.S. stores that they offer in the United Kingdom, protecting customers and especially children from online pornography. 'It’s voluntary. This is not a mandate. But they already, both these companies, are doing it in the UK,' Donna ...MORE..


"Seventy-five groups and 46,000 ordinary citizens have asked McDonald’s and Starbucks to begin blocking pornography from the free WiFi service each chain allows its customers to access. Anti-porn crusader Donna Rice Hughes is leading the effort. Hughes, who runs a group called “Enough is Enough” began her campaign a year ago, writing to ...MORE..

February 8, 2015 "Elder Care... Online Safety. Buyer Beware" By Jenny Kefauver

 BUYER BEWARE: Online Dangers Can Be Avoided Using Proper Precautions "Bud Runion, a classic car enthusiast from the metro Atlanta area, replied to an online advertisement on the popular touting a classic 1966 Fort Mustang for sale in late January. Several days later, the bodies of Bud and his wife were found in close proximity ...MORE..

January 27, 2015 OneNewsNow.Com-"Campaign to filter porn from Wi-Fi networks gains headway"-By Charlie Butts

Last fall, Enough is Enough launched the national Porn Free Wi-Fi campaign to convince the two companies to voluntarily remove pornography and child porn from their Wi-Fi services. Donna Rice Hughes, who heads Enough is Enough, says the campaign has drawn a lot of support. “As of December of this past year, right around Christmas time, w ...MORE..