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News Update - Sep 15
Parents Beware: "Cuties" is a Toxic Brew of Sexual Exploitation and Child Objectification

Press Release - Sep 14
Statement from Donna Rice Hughes - “Cuties” Is a Toxic Brew Of Sexual Exploitation And Child Objectification

Media Coverage - Sep 10
'A Training Film To Market And Seduce Children': Child Advocates Condemn Netflix's 'Cuties'

News Update - Sep 2
Please don't allow COVID to lower your standards when it comes to your child's internet safety

Media Coverage - Sep 1
OneNewsNow: A warning to parents about what kids are viewing

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"The Enough is Enough curriculum for parents, teachers, and caring adults is the most thorough information and training of its type available to those who want to protect their families from predators and pornographers. Donna Rice Hughes, Enough is Enough President, takes the viewer on a necessary trip that covers not only computer risks, but the dangers that a young person can encounter from cyber bullying, cell phones, and social networking. It might be called Internet Safety 101SM, but it's really a graduate course for those who don't want to watch their child healafter abuse, but keep them safe in the first place."

— Robert J. Flores, Esq., Former Administrator of the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, U.S. Department of Justice

"We are very excited about the Enough Is Enough® Internet Safety 101SM program, and its goal to educate parents and adult caregivers about Internet dangers and provide solutions to protect children online. The Internet safety training materials that EIE provides will alert and educate parents and adult caregivers about online sexual predators and pornographers who seek to victimize innocent and vulnerable children."

— Kimberly Martinez, Executive Director, Abstinence Clearinghouse

"The subject of Internet dangers is a serious issue for our families, and we are delighted to be able to bring Enough Is Enough®'s Internet Safety 101SM program training to our members under [an AACC] educational series. The series has been a huge success and we thank you for everything you do to protect our families. "

— Tim Clinton, President, American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC)

"WMAL Radio is proud to support Enough Is Enough® (EIE) and the Internet safety program you have created to protect children online. We are very excited about this new program and confident that it will present highly informative and useful information for all the families in our listening audience."

— Ernest D. Fears, III, General Sales Manager, WMAL, News Talk 630

"As former AG of VA and now as governor, it's a chief priority of my office to keep children safe online. Enough Is Enough® has developed the Internet Safety 101SM Program which was piloted in VA in partnership with my office when I was AG. It's designed to prevent Internet crimes against children by empowering parents, educators, and caring adults to be the first line of defense. "

- Robert F. McDonnell, Governor of Virginia

"The Virginia Association of Independent Schools would like to commend Donna Rice Hughes and Enough Is Enough® (EIE) for their tremendous work to make the Internet safer for children and families nationwide. The Internet Safety 101SM: Empowering Parents program duplicates the important in-person training services that EIE has been providing for years."

— Sally K. Boese, Ed.D., Executive Director, Virginia Association of Independent Schools

"I looked through your websites as well as Internet Safety 101SM, and it is exactly what parents in Texas need so they can be informed about their children's internet usage. As a retired principal with a master's degree in counseling and psychology, I know the damage internet predators can cause a young person, damage that can last into adulthood."

— Hilda Gartske, retired principal, Austin, TX

"The program is a powerful tool as it is designed to educate the masses."

— Holly M. Hawkins, Director, Policy & Regulatory, AOL, LLC

"Enough Is Enough® (EIE) has developed a unique approach to reach parents and adult childcare providers with the best resources and information on Internet safety, and we are aligned with EIE through our partnership for the Internet Safety 101SM: Empowering Parents program, which will ensure that parents receive the best information available about Internet safety concerns, resources and information."

— Brent M. Olson, Assistant Vice President, Regulatory Policy, AT&T

"Internet Safety 101SM has established itself as the benchmark for all other Internet safety programs."

— Steve F. Clementi, Director, Verizon External Affairs

"Fox Interactive Media... excited to work alongside Enough Is Enough® (EIE) on the Internet Safety 101SM program. We commend your efforts as a pioneer and leader against Internet predators, as well as your innovative and effective educational programs. Thank you for all that you do in this important area of online safety."

— Hemanshu Nigam, Chief Security Officer, Fox Interactive Media

"This Program is a real wake up call to parents who have been complacent!"

— Parent, Salt Lake City Utah

"I extend my strong support for Enough Is Enough® (EIE) and its work to protect children online. Through years of work empowering parents nationwide, EIE has developed highly effective resources and techniques for educating, motivating, and empowering parents to be the first line of defense in their children's online lives. I believe that EIE's Internet Safety 101SM: Empowering Parents program [will] be a great asset for law enforcement."

— Andrew G. Oosterbaan, Chief, U.S. Department of Justice, Criminal Division, Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section

" It might be called Internet Safety 101SM, but it's really a graduate course for those who don't want to watch their child healafter abuse, but keep them safe in the first place."

— Robert J. Flores, Esq., Former Administrator of the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, U.S. Department of Justice

"The Internet Safety 101SM program is a tailored-made response to the Internet child safety crisis facing our state and the nation."

— Dianne Florence, President Emeritus, Virginia PTA & Melissa Nehrbass, President, Virginia PTA

"It really opened my eyes about this kind of thing. I wish I had known more when my children were younger. Thank you for this program!"

— Parent, Salt Lake City Utah

"Through Enough Is Enough®'s years of experience and work on this critical issue, and through EIE's singular work with parents nationwide, they are helping to shape the resources and tools that parents and educators across Virginia will receive. We are impressed with and endorse their comprehensive Internet Safety 101SM: Empowering Parents concept."

— Lisa M. Hicks-Thomas, Deputy Attorney General, Virginia

"The Salvation Army is deeply concerned about online dangers facing children today, and has been working with Enough Is Enough® for many years to deliver Internet safety training and information to the millions of families and parents we serve across the country. We commend Enough Is Enough® for the development of the groundbreaking Internet Safety 101SM: Empowering Parents program."

— Major Ronald R. Foreman, ACSW, EJD, National Social ServicesSecretary, Salvation Army

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