• Educating and Empowering the Public
  • Advocating for Greater Corporate Responsibility
  • Advocating for Strong Public Policy & Rule of Law
  • Engaging Faith-based Communities
“Imagine what a safer Internet would look like if everyone took responsibility to safeguard the safety
and innocence of children.”

-- Donna Rice Hughes, CEO and President, Enough Is Enough, TED Talk
Dear Friend,

The global pandemic never stopped Enough Is Enough (EIE) from working with its activists, coalition partners and supporters to forge ahead in the fight to end the online sexual exploitation of children and make the internet safer for children and families, a movement that EIE began in 1994!

In fact, with children and adolescents spending more time than ever on the internet, EIE's work to Educate, Empower and Equip parents and caregivers with information, tools and resources related to new and emerging online threats and safety solutions has become more critical than ever!

EIE counts on your financial support to protect the safety, dignity and innocence of children on the internet. Your Best Gift Today can help to ensure that our programs, initiatives, and advocacy efforts continue full-force ahead. EIE is 100% donor funded and all donations are tax-deductible.

I'm thrilled to share with you below a glimpse of the many ways we've made progress and accomplished victories on behalf of millions of children and families this past year.

Will you do me a favor and SHARE THIS REPORT with your friends and family on social media using the icons below my signature? We need everyone we can get in this battle to protect our children in the digital world!

On behalf of the EIE Team, I offer a heartfelt THANK YOU for standing with us in this fight!

With gratitude,
Congress included EIE-submitted language in its FY21/ FY22 Budgets for Obscenity Prosecutions: While funds have yet to be specially allocated, this is a historic first! Obscene content, found in mainstream internet pornography, is a fueling factor for child sex abuse material, sex trafficking and sexual exploitation.
Facebook (now Meta) is pausing efforts to build Instagram for Kids after the social media giant announced plans to begin marketing its platforms to children. EIE struck back with a successful petition campaign to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Drop Plans for Instagram for Kids Under 13 (18K Signors) in support of State Attorneys General’s efforts, resulting in a “pause” by Meta-owned Instagram on its plans and several Senate hearings. Instagram announced its first IG parental controls, a response to EIE’s petition request.
TeenVogue (digital) began back-peddling, retracting and clarifying its reckless content that encouraged teens (12M users, 14M social media) to sext during the pandemic (share child pornography) and engage in risky sexual activities without mention of protection or dangers, following EIE's “Shut Down Teen Vogue” petition (51.5K signors).

Teen Vogue recently clarified: “It is illegal for an adult to show a minor pornography, and any form of watching or distributing child porn is illegal, as it well should be,” and, “This article has been updated to include the importance of using protection during anal sex.”  
XTube (9M users) shut down! Its parent company, MindGeek, which also owns Pornhub, continues to face mounting accusations that it facilitated sex trafficking and other forms of exploitation on its subsidiary sites. EIE was a key coalition partner leading up to a Canadian Parliamentary committee hearing questioning MindGeek execs, resulting in a report calling for significant changes to hold online pornographers liable for breaking Canadian criminal laws.
Dismantling Pornhub and MindGeek-owned Pornography Companies who Profit from Child Sexual Exploitation: EIE’s “Shut Down Pornhub” petition campaign (17K Signors) calls for DOJ prosecution of MindGeek. Coalition efforts resulted in major companies cutting ties with Pornhub, including Roku (55M users), Visa (1.7B customers), MasterCard (750M customers worldwide), Discover, PayPal (337M customers), Comcast (30.6M on internet), Xfinity (20.4M customers) and Heinz. EIE's "Shut Down Pornhub” campaign is the ONLY petition calling on DOJ to enforce the federal child pornography, trafficking AND obscenity laws! 
Advancing Public Policy and the
Rule of Law
EIE team members met with South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham to discuss statewide initiatives to prioritize the safety of children in the digital world. EIE is partnering with Congress to strategically regulate Big Tech giants that hide behind CDA #230, claiming immunity while profiting from child sexual exploitation and childhood vulnerabilities. (Left to right: Bill Woolf, General Mick Kicklighter, Senator Lindsey Graham, Donna Rice Hughes) 
EIE continues to advance Internet safety initiatives in SC in partnership with SC Attorney General Alan Wilson. Donna also met with North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum and ND State Chief Information Officer, Shawn Riley, to strategize Internet safety initiatives and policies in their state. 
Donna and EIE Communications Director, Kathy Hatem, participated in an anti-trafficking event in Washington DC meeting with activists, NGOs, academics and elected leaders from the US and Mexico. Also in attendance was John Richmond, the United States Ambassador-at-Large to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons, who shared pandemic-fueled trafficking trends.
Public Awareness and Communications
Donna gave a TEDx Talk titled, "Where Kids Play, Predators Prey: Protecting Kids Online." In her Ted Talk, she echoed EIE’s clarion call for Big Tech to “develop safer by design technologies, right out of the box, with child safety default features turned on rather than off, on all devices and online platforms...” EIE is also calling for age verification and stronger parental controls, in addition to privacy protections to extend to teens age 13-17 years old.

Donna also spoke at "W-3 Women, Wine and Wisdom" Gathering (Naples, Fla.) to share EIE's culture-changing initiatives and engage local advocates in our efforts.
EIE In the News
          Humanize with Wesley J. Smith: Donna shares about Pornography harms, child sexual abuse material and healing our culture (October 11, 2021)

          The National Review: Donna Rice Hughes Warns about Obscenity Crisis (October 12, 2021)
          Roll Call: Whistleblower Testifies as Lawmakers Take Aim at Facebook Again (October 5, 2021)
       FOX News: Police warn parents against popular back-to-school photo trend (September 9, 2021)
          FOX West Texas: Be mindful of details you post about your child’s first day of school (August 17, 2021)
          SaferNet: The Dangers of the Internet. CHEC Conference video (August 11, 2021)
          On the Edge podcast with Ken Harrison (Promise Keepers): Donna shares EIE's efforts to prevent child sexual exploitation and EIE's petition to DOJ to prosecute Pornhub. (July 2, 2021)
          One News Now: Parents, be aware and beware (June 22, 2021)

          KBJR6.COM: Internet pornography is more accessible than ever; how to protect your kids (April 27, 2021)
       VirTru Live Training: Dangerous Tech Trends: Donna joins VirTru Founder and Founder of the National Abstinence Clearinghouse, Leslee Unruh, to discuss the latest research, trends and tips for parents navigating technology alongside their children. (April 27, 2021)
       Voices Against Trafficking International Forum: EIE’s Kathy Hatem shares connection between pornography and child sex abuse, sex trafficking (March 24, 2021)
       The Water Cooler with David Brody: Fighting Porn should be a top priority for the Biden Administration (February 24, 2021)
       “The Hard Question” with Blanquita McCullum: Blanquita is joined by Donna Rice Hughes. EIE is demanding the DOJ to prosecute Pornhub and its parent company, MindGeek, for several U.S. Law violations. (February 23, 2021)

●       WEAU-TV: Human Traffickers Turn To Technology During The Pandemic (January 14, 2021)
 **All media interviews by EIE in 2021 and prior can be found at Enough.org/mediacoverage
  • March 1, 2021: EIE Joins Over 500 NGO's from 65 Countries Calling for Criminal Investigation into MindGeek: EIE Calls for a U.S. DOJ Investigation for Violations of U.S. Child Porn, Sex Trafficking and Obscenity Laws

  • May 12, 2021: Instagram is monetizing kids at the expense of their privacy, safety, and welfare: Facebook Must Drop Plans for Instagram For Kids App

  • August 20, 2021: Newly Announced Tech Child Safety Measures - A Step In The Right Direction

  • August 25, 2021: OnlyFans Reversal On Explicit Content Ban- A Step Backward

      Shut Down Teen Vogue (51.5K signors)
       Drop Plans for Instagram Kids App (18.4K signors)
       DOJ to Prosecute Pornhub (17.9K signors)
EIE's newly-renovated website Internetsafety101.org contains preventative information and resources to protect children from Internet dangers: pornography, predators/traffickers, cyberbullying, social media, cybersecurity, and mobile/wireless.
EIE released Recovering Hearts Initiative, a blueprint for faith communities to promote sexual wholeness and integrity and to prevent sexual exploitation.
  • U.S. National Blueprint to End Sexual Violence Against Children and Adolescents 
  • Alliance for Hope: Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)– supported letter signing opposing the decriminalization of perpetrators of abuse and the inappropriate use of diversion.
  • END Child Exploitation Act Endorsement (voiced strong support for the Eliminate Network Distribution (END) of Child Exploitation Act.) 
  • EARN IT Act Support Letter and Coalition Member
  • Voices Against Trafficking
  • NCOSE Public Health Task Force
  • Online Exploitation and Sexualization of Children (OSEAC) Coalition
  • Dept of Commerce filing related to “Know Your Customer” 
  • 250+ NGO coalition 
  • EIE joined Earn It co-sponsors Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-CT), and other advocates in a press conference in support of the bipartisan legislation which removes blanket immunity from liability for social media and technology companies that knowingly facilitate the distribution of CSAM on their platforms.

  • Donna’s’ Washington Times OpEd on the Earn It Act (February 7) titled “Dismantling Big Tech's Un-EARNED Immunity” stated: “Big Tech will finally be held responsible if they do nothing to keep children safe under EARN IT. It will need to “earn” immunity by demonstrating accountability and responsibility as set forth by this legislation." 
Throughout the year, EIE will be working every day to:
       Advance national and statewide internet safety efforts to expand and promote internet safety for children, urging others to make the protection of its children in the digital world a top priority.
       Continue to expand EIE's Safe WiFi Program to the Airline and Hospitality industries, encouraging them to voluntarily filter CSAM and pornography from their public WiFi services.
       Continue to advocate for new policies that increase Technology Industry/Corporate America accountability for the widespread availability of CSAM, and the enticement, grooming, sex trafficking, and sexual abuse of children on digital platforms. 
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Enough Is Enough® is a national non-partisan, non-profit organization who has led the fight to make the Internet safer for children and families since 1994. EIE's efforts are focused on combating Internet p*rnography, child sex abuse material, sexual predation, sex trafficking and cyberbullying by incorporating a three-pronged prevention strategy with shared responsibilities between the public, Corporate America, and the legal community.