October 6, 2022

See what Enough Is Enough® has Accomplished Since April!

Thanks to your support and generosity....
Enough Is Enough® (EIE) has made significant headway in its efforts to keep children and families safer online. Progress and impact highlights are below!?
Educating, Equipping and 
Empowering the Public

In the News: Broadcast and Print Media:

  • The Water Cooler with David Brody - (Sept. 30, 2022) Donna reacts to news of outrage by major brands after corporate business ads appear next to child sexual abuse material on Twitter

  • FOX News - (Sept. 21, 2022) Police warn parents about 'school photo' trend of oversharing on social media 

  • YES-FM - (August 24, 2022) - Kathy Hatem discusses online gaming safety and tips for parents to keep kids safe

  • Behind The Badge - (July 23, 2022) As summer heats up, parents need to be vigilant about kids’ internet use (referred to EIE guidance and quoted EIE's Kathy Hatem quoted)

  • America Right Now - (July 16, 2022) - Donna discusses America's pornography crisis

  • Fox 40 News Sacremento - (May 11, 2022) Donna responds to charges against a California man charged with sex crimes involving children. 

  • Fox 40 News Sacramento - (April 27, 2022) Donna responds to arrest of alleged child predator who posed as 11-year-old "Lizzie"

  • Real America’s Voice (April 8, 2022) EIE President Donna Rice Hughes weighs in on child sex abuse material and need for enhanced penalties for child predators

  • Behind The Badge: (April 1, 2022) Parents beware: Bullying, Pedophilia, Theft, Griefing, Doxing, Exploitation and Kill Stealing among on-line gaming risks - Behind the Badge (EIE's Donna Rice Hughes and Kathy Hatem quoted)

*Views expressed by hosts are not necessarily those of Enough Is Enough®.

EIE Public Awareness & Education
Speaking Events by EIE Leadership
  • Roundtable discussion regarding the lack of prosecution for various crimes including obscenity law

  • Rotary International Convention - Shared and discussed EIE's programs and initiatives

  • Faith and Freedom Conference - sharedEIE's' Children's Internet Safety Presidential Pledge

  • State Department Romanian Press Corp- Shared EIE's programs and initiatives

  • New Wineskins Conference - Shared the harms of internet pornography and EIE's Recovering Hearts Initiative

  • CNP - Shared campaigns and efforts to Rein in Big Tech, Shut Down Pornhub and hold DOJ accountable to enforce the laws to protect kids online

Monthly Themes/Focus Areas

  • September Internet Safety 101® Quick Guides released on key topics to include Pornography, Internet Predators and Sex Traffickers, Cyberbullying, Mobile and Wireless, Online Gaming and Social Media

  • August Back To School Digital Safety

  • July - Summer Safety Campaign

  • June - Summer Safety Campaign

  • May Internet Safety 101® website reveal

  • April - National Child Abuse Prevention Month

Advocating for Strong Public Policy and 
?the Rule of Law

EIE's Children's Internet Safety Pledges

  • Advancing the South Carolina Attorneys General Pledge and First Lady’s efforts to end human trafficking in S.C. 

  • In conversations with VA leadership including Attorney General Jason Miyares, Governor Glen Youngkin and Lt. Gov. Winsome Sears, as well as Alabama and Georgia leadership about signing the Governor and AG pledges in their respective states to prioritize protecting the safety and dignity of children in digital world. 

  • In coordination with AG Wilson (SC), drafted a letter to be sent to all states attorneys general throughout the country urging them to call on Big Tech to implement “safer by design” approaches on devices and online platforms.

EIE President and CEO Donna Rice Hughes with Augie (right) pictured with First Lady Peggy McMaster and First Dog Mac

EIE's Policy Dir. Bill Woolf (far right) and others met with Georgia First Lady Marty Kemp, wife of Governor Brian Kemp, to share EIE's Governor's Pledge and discuss the possible implementation of a statewide internet safety initiative.

Va. Lt. Gov. Winsome Sears posed for a photo with EIE's Dir. of Communications after offering words of support and encouragement to continue the fight against child sexual exploitation.
Capitol Hill: Advocating for Policy and Prioritization of Internet Safety Measures

  • EIE has been meeting Congressional leaders and staff to advocate for key legislation designed to protect childrenon the internet.

  • EIE advocated in support of the following legislation: Kids Online Safety Act (KOSA), COPPA 2.0, the EARN-IT Act, and End Child Exploitation Act. 

  • Meetings took place with the following offices: Senator Josh Hawley (MO), Senator Tim Scott (SC), Senator Richard Blumenthal (CT), Senator Lindsey Graham (SC), Senator Susan Collins (ME), Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN), Congressman Adam Smith (NJ), Congressman Mike Johnson (LA) and Congresswoman Annie Kuster (NH)

  • Attended the National Symposium on Child Abuse, Sex Trafficking and the Pornography Industry 

Coalition Efforts
EIE joined our allies in the movement to: 
  • Oppose the proposed revisions to the American Law Institute (ALI) Model Penal Code on Sexual Assault and Related Offenses (Article 213), which reduce penalties against sexual violence; narrow liability for these crimes; restrict the scope of sex trafficking; and redefine consent too broadly
  • Make recommendations to the White House Task Force to Address Online Harassment and Abuse

Advocating for Greater Corporate Responsibility 
SAFE WiFi Campaign

EIE leadership held multiple meetings with hospitality and business executives to share EIE's Safe WiFiSM program encouraging businesses to filter child sex abuse material and pornography from its provided WiFi.

Meetings included the following:

  • The American Hotel and Lodging Association (AHLA) event "No Room for Trafficking" to strategize how to implement Safe WiFiSM in the hospitality industry

  • Pursuing ongoing conversations with Hyatt, G6, Wyndham, Airlines for America, and Walmart to implement SAFE WiFi polices and filtering technology

  • Walmart to discuss enhancing existing SAFE WiFi policies(Walmart is already voluntarily filtering CSAM and WiFi!)

  • DHS/Blue Campaign to discuss DHS priorities and Safe WiFiSM

Big Tech Accountability

EIE leadership met with Meta/Facebook to review existing safety protocols and recommend safety policies

AHLA Summit Panel: Bill Woolf (center) on panel "Survivor Engagement & Support"

AHLA Summit Panel: Donna Rice Hughes (left) on panel "Staying Ahead of Traffickers: Trends & Innovation"
EIE released Safe WiFiSM downloadable flyers targeted for Hotels/Lodging and Airlines. 

EIE Petitions:
Calling on Big Tech Protect Children on Digital Platforms

Instagram removed Pornhub's Instagram account! This is a huge VICTORY in the fight to dismantle the multi-billion-dollar pornography industry which profits from the exploitation of human beings!

  • Pornhub, the target of numerous lawsuits, survivor and investigative reports (alleging its hosting of child sexual abuse material, filmed rape and sex trafficking content), had 13.1 million Instagram followers

  • EIE's Shut Down Pornhub petition (18.8K signors) is the only petition demanding the U.S. DOJ to investigate and prosecute Pornhub (and parent company MindGeek) for a trifecta of U.S. law violations: child sexual abuse material, sex trafficking content and obscenity!


Instagram unveiled its parental safety control features, which was part of a specific EIE petition request (18.5K signors) following IG's announcement of plans for an "Instagram for Kids Under 13" app.

EIEs petition called on Meta/Facebook, who owns Instagram, to:

  • Permanently abolish the irresponsible plan for a "kid's Instagram"

  • Implement age-verification technology to keep kids under 13 years old off Instagram/Facebook

  • Implement stronger safety protocols for 13 to 17-year-olds on both Facebook and Instagram

  • Develop robust parental control tools for parents.

Meta still has work to do, but we're encouraged to see action resulting from our joint efforts and your voices.

We have made so much progress and are continuing the momentum continue. However, there's still much to be done to achieve EIE's mission to make the internet safer for children and families.
It is due to your partnership and generosity that we can continue to "be there" with a listening ear and a helping hand. Thank you from all of us at Enough Is Enough® for partnering with us in the war. For the sake of the safety and dignity of children in the digital world.