"By continuing to speak out and partner with the rest of the Internet, Donna Rice Hughes is helping all of us build a medium we can be proud of."
— Steve Case, former Chairman, American Online, Inc.
"Donna Rice Hughes is a strong and effective advocate for children's online safety."
— John Ashcroft, U.S. Attorney General (2001-2005)
"As parents, we have the responsibility to monitor our children's use of the Internet. Ms. Hughes has presented us with a resource to ensure that our children's experience using the Internet is a safe one."
— The Honorable Senator John McCain (AZ)
"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 101, but it's really a graduate course for those who don't want to watch their child heal after 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
"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. EIE, headed by Donna Rice Hughes, has been a leading force in raising national recognition of the critically serious problem of Internet child pornography and sexual predation."
— Andrew G. Oosterbaan, Chief, U.S. Department of Justice, Criminal Division, C.E.O.S.
"She [Donna Rice Hughes] is tireless in her dedication to the cause of protecting children on-line and is an extremely effective public policy expert."
-- Tim Robertson, CEO, FamilyClick.com
"Donna Rice Hughes challenges parents to take charge of their children's Internet use and 'bridge the techno-generation gap.' "
-- Ernie Allen, President, National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
"You are America's foremost leader on this important family issue and your involvement could make a great deal of difference."
Jim Kessler, Vice President for Policy, Third Way, 2006
"[Donna Rice Hughes] has been warning about the dangers for years. Dateline first spoke with her 11 years ago. But now, she says the problem has grown with the Internet giving predators accessibility, affordability, and the anonymity to feed their criminal acts."
"Donna continues to fight for the cause...Speaking out for new laws and diligent enforcement of them."
— Barbara Walters, 20/20
"Donna is one of the leaders in the fight against pornography aimed at children on the Internet."
— Oprah Winfrey
"Donna fights to protect children from Internet dangers."
— Oprah Winfrey
"Donna Rice Hughes has been on the forefront of the battle to make the Internet safer for our children .
— Senator Dan Coats