"Enough is Enough (EIE) is calling on the University of Notre Dame to heed the call of students demanding the University filter its public WiFi from pornographic content. In October 2018, EIE began communications with Notre Dame student Jim Martinson who spearheaded a campus-wide petition, along with 80 other male students, to stop the free access of pornography on the University’s public WiFi. To date, more than 1,000 students have signed the petition; however, no action has taken place to accommodate the request. EIE has since launched its own petition for concerned citizens to echo the plea directed to University officials saying “No Free Porn on Campus WiFi!”
“We are proud of Notre Dame’s students – both male and female – who are boldly calling for a filtering solution on university-funded public WiFi. Students imploring the Catholic universities’ leadership in an appeal for safe and secure WiFi sends a loud and clear message, one that must be heard and acted upon. These courageous students want and deserve the protection of those entrusted with their physical, spiritual and mental well-being,” said Donna Rice Hughes, EIE’s President and CEO, whose organization launched the National Safe WiFi Campaign in 2014 calling on Corporate America and educational institutions to voluntarily filter pornography and child pornography from public WiFi."