Media Coverage about Teen Vogue

October 29, 2021 CBN: TikTok, YouTube and Snapchat say Their Sites are Safe But Senators Disagree

Lawmakers are trying to decide if Big Tech and the World Wide Web should be regulated to protect children, as they investigate social media giants and whether key safeguards exist.TikTok, YouTube, and Snapchat entered the Capitol Hill crossfire Tuesday, defending their platforms before the Senate subcommittee to protect children online while ho ...MORE..

October 12, 2021 National Review: Donna Rice Hughes Warns about Obscenity Crisis

By Wesley J. SmithI have launched a new podcast through the Discovery Institute called Humanize — “where human rights meet human responsibilities” — in which I converse with thinkers and activists about issues germane to human dignity and our moral duties to each other, animals, and the environment.In this week’s episode, I intervie ...MORE..

October 5, 2021 Rollcall: Whistleblower testifies as lawmakers take aim at Facebook again

On Tuesday, the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee is set to hear from Frances Haugen, a former Facebook manager turned whistleblower whose explosive leaks revealed the company’s attempts to target young children on Instagram — despite knowing the app leads some teen girls to consider suicide. Instagram is owned by Facebook. ...MORE..

September 10, 2021 Fox News: Police warn parents against popular back-to-school photo trend

With back-to-school in full swing, safety experts and law enforcement are urging parents to be mindful of what they share in regards to a popular social media photo trend with kids – as it could make them easy targets for predators.On Aug. 8, the McHenry County Sheriff’s Office in Woodstock, Illinois, shared an image of Deputy Sherriff Tim ...MORE..

August 18, 2021 Fox West Texas: Be mindful of details you post about your child’s first day of school

Certain details about your child are recommended to not be shared on social media for safety reasons.Sometimes parents are more excited than their children are when it comes to back-to-school. Most parents share photos of their children’s first day of school on social media, but it’s important to know what details you should and shouldn’t ...MORE..

June 22, 2021 One News Now: Parents, be aware and beware

A promoter of child dignity in the digital world is urging parents to protect their children from online predators, as research shows they are upping their game.Donna Rice Hughes, founder of Enough Is Enough® (EIE), tells One News Now a report from the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) reveals an alarming increase in the grooming of children for i ...MORE..

May 18, 2021 WXII Channel 12: North Carolina AG, dozens more urge Facebook not to create Instagram platform for young children

The pandemic has brought more children online than ever before, with many of them on multiple social media platforms and on multiple devices.“Facebook’s plan to create Instagram for preteens is ill considered and dangerous,” North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein said Wednesday. “Social networking sites create issues for teenagers. ...MORE..

April 27, 2021 KBJR6.COM: Internet pornography is more accessible than ever; how to protect your kids

The need for high-speed internet access has only increased since last year's pandemic-related shutdowns and major shifts to distance learning.But with all of the good, the worldwide web offers a rabbit hole of explicit content no parent wants their child to see. In a special report, KBJR 6's Ryan Haff heard from Duluth mothers, internet safety ...MORE..

January 14, 2021 WEAU-TV: Human traffickers turn to technology during the pandemic

With the help of technology, human trafficking can happen anywhere and cases of it have been reported in all 72 counties in Wisconsin according to the Milwaukee Human Trafficking Task Force...Kathy Hatem is with Enough is Enough, a group working to make the internet safe for everyone. She said it’s easier than ever for traffickers right now. ...MORE..

October 16, 2020 Deseret News: U.S. Attorney General William Barr should investigate Netflix over ‘Cuties,’ says PTC, Enough is Enough

The Parents Television Council and Enough is Enough have called for U.S. Attorney General William Barr to investigate Netflix to see if the streaming service company “violated federal statutes against child pornography” with the film “Cuties.”PTC President Tim Winter released a statement about the decision to call on Barr to investigate ...MORE..

October 15, 2020 TVTechnology: Netflix Programming Merits Federal Investigation, Urge Advocacy Groups

Groups argue handful of programs violate statutes against child pornographyLOS ANGELES—The Parents Television Council and Enough is Enough, advocacy groups that focus on internet safety and programming for children, are asking U.S Attorney General William Barr to open up an investigation into Netflix on whether it violated federal statutes aga ...MORE..

September 10, 2020 DailyCaller: 'A Training Film To Market And Seduce Children': Child Advocates Condemn Netflix's 'Cuties'

Netflix's "Cuties" is a "training film to market and seduce children," the chief executive officer of an organization hunting for missing children told the Daily Caller News Foundation Thursday....Director Maïmouna Doucouré said she intended the film to "make a big change in this world that hypersexualizes children," but anti-child sexual exp ...MORE..

September 1, 2020 OneNewsNow: A warning to parents about what kids are viewing

Parents need to be aware of a dangerous aspect of the pandemic for children: easy access to explicit content.Some children are back in school, and others are not, but the prospect of harm has increased since the lockdown began in March.Donna Rice Hughes of Enough is Enough tells AFN some stats are frightening, especially concerning a jump in ...MORE..

August 31, 2020 Washington Internet Daily: Police, Advocates See Online Child Exploitation Surge as Result of Pandemic

Law enforcement is grappling with an increase in child exploitation as online activity surged during the COVID-19 pandemic, police and child advocates said in interviews. Law enforcement officials cited cyber tip increases across the country. Advocates want more investigatory resources, national legislation and for Big Tech to be held accountable. ...MORE..

May 27, 2020 OneNewsNow: Nasty online teen mag needs to come down, says pro-family group

An online safety organization is asking the public for help to shut down an Internet magazine for youth.Teen Vogue is the culprit, according to Enough is Enough, an organization that works to keep families safe from Internet trash. Donna Hughes, who heads the group, tells OneNewsNow that Teen Vogue switched its magazine from print to online onl ...MORE..

April 30, 2020 AG: The Proliferation Of Child Porn

While the number of pornographic images has proliferated in recent years, the amount of videos and photos depicting children engaged in sex acts has escalated especially. The reasons are manifold.For one, encrypted technologies on the dark web — the underground internet inaccessible to regular searchers — has made it easier for anonymous po ...MORE..

April 29, 2020 AG News: Children And Pornography

When it comes to children encountering pornography, it's a matter of when, not if, experts say."They are going to be exposed to it because the culture is permeated with it," says Jay Mooney, executive director of COMPACT Family Services, the Assemblies of God child welfare agency based in Hot Springs, Arkansas. "We live in a highly sexually cha ...MORE..

April 28, 2020 CBN News: 'Traffickers Are Not Shut Down': Congressman Warns of Risk to Children & Other Victims

For those wondering how COVID-19 is affecting the world of sex trafficking, Rep. Chris Smith, (R-NJ) has a warning: traffickers have not stopped their exploitation, and victims may be more vulnerable than ever.The long-time anti-trafficking advocate spoke to leaders in the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) via a webinar ...MORE..

April 22, 2020 Just the News: Concern grows that kids' exposure to explicit content may spike during coronavirus crisis

As millions of Americans are forced to live under stay-at-home or self-quarantine orders, advocates warn that children may have easy access to hardcore pornography.Donna Rice Hughes, CEO of the anti-pornography nonprofit Enough is Enough, says that more free time for children typically means more screen time, which translates to families being ...MORE..

April 13, 2020 Just The News: Amid social distancing, economic paralysis, one industry is thriving: internet porn

'The fact that kids are at home more, may be using technology more, means that parents need to be even more vigilant,' says Enough is Enough CEO Donna Rice Hughes.Even as public health measures to contain the spread of coronavirus have laid waste to much of the American economy, there is one type of business that has thrived during this crisis: ...MORE..