Internet Safety 101 Trailer
Porn 101 Excepts
Predators 101 Excerpts
Web 2.0 Excerpts
Internet Safety 101 Excerpts
Internet Safety 101® Video Vignettes
Enough Is Enough℠ interviewed top clinicians, psychologists, law enforcement officers, industry representatives as well as parents, teens, victims of Internet-initiated sex crimes, a registered sex offender and others about the most compelling and relevant Internet safety topics today. Their testimonials and advice have been included as subject-based vignettes featured throughout the Internet Safety 101® DVD teaching series, filmed in front of a live studio audience and led by EIE President and Internet expert, Donna Rice Hughes. The vignette content focuses on educating adults about the dangers children encounter online, but may be appropriate to show to the children under your care to educate them and start discussion about being safe online. For more information about the full teaching series, click here.
About Enough Is Enough℠
Introduction: The Perfect Storm
Despite the Internet's many wonderful benefits, a perfect storm has emerged for the online victimization of children. Kids have free and easy access to pornography, and sexual predators have easy and anonymous access to kids. Law enforcement limitations and challenges abound, and naïve kids are engaging in risky online behavior. Parents, educators and other caring adults must serve as the first line of defense to protect kids online, but they are often uninformed or ill-equipped to deal with these and other evolving threats. Are you prepared to protect your kids so they can enjoy the wonders of the Internet while being spared from the dangers? Learn about the threats that face children and how Internet Safety 101SM can help.
Pornography 101 Videos
What is Pornography?
Kids have free and easy access to online Pornography via the web.
Pornography can have a range of damaging effects on human beings of all ages and both sexes, affecting their happiness, their health, their body image, their relationships with one another, and their functioning in society. Hear clinicians and teens themselves talking about pornography's impact.
Teens and clinicians share their advice about how to talk to kids about Internet pornography.
Predators 101 Videos
Profile of an Internet Predator
Hear about how these individuals blend into society and how it is very difficult to recognize a disguised predator.
Hear from law enforcement and a registered sex offender about how Internet predators target children.
Predators use a tactic called grooming to manipulate and woo their victims.
Youth Risky Behavior
Teens are putting themseleves at risk--hear about some of the risky online behaviors kids are engaging in.
At the age of 14, Alicia Kozakiewicz was abducted by a man she had formed an online relationship with. Hear about her story and her rescue.
Web 2.0 Videos
Web 2.0 and Beyond
Do you know what the 'Web 2.0' is and how technology has revolutionized our life?
Learn the dangers and some of the safety measures parents should have in place as your children engage in the social web.
Learn about how children have access to pornography and violent content via the online gaming and how predators can target children through multiplayer games.
Learn about the Internet danger of cyberbullying and what you can do to protect your kids from online harm.
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Donna Rice Hughes American Airlines Executive Report
Donna Rice Hughes, president and CEO of Enough Is Enough, will be featured on the Executive Report, American Airlines’ exclusive talk radio programming. The Executive Report features interviews with CEO’s from around the globe.
Internet Safety 101® Radio Program
Award-winning producer Mark Larson interviewed EIE President Donna Rice Hughes for a 30 minute Internet Safety 101 Radio program. This spot airs in several of the top markets nationwide. Tune in to listen and learn more!
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