Eric Goldman was quoted in a Vocativ article about the proposed “No Immunity for Sex Traffickers Online Act,” and in an AZ Central article about whether Backpage should be held liable for publishing ads offering illegal services. He also he wrote a blog post about the danger the proposed bill poses for the Internet, and was quoted on Windstream about lawsuits filed within the self-driving car manufacturing community. He was quoted on various tech-law topics in MediaPost, American Marketing Association, Bigger Law Firm, Forbes, and SiliconValley.com. Professor Goldman spoke on KPIX-SF about what responsibility companies like Facebook have for content posted on their pages. He was also quoted in The Ringer warning against looking for weaknesses in Section 230, and in a Bloomberg BNA article about the dangers of a potentially weakening Section 230. He was quoted in a Buzzfeed News about information disclosure in the Uber versus Waymo lawsuit; in a Santa Cruz Sentinel about Trump’s presidency thus far; in Skift about how Airbnb has gone above industry standards and legal requirements in addressing discrimination issues.