Eric Goldman was quoted by the Washington Examiner about the Federal Trade Commission’s decision to give itself more authority to create and enforce new rules that could hold Big Tech companies accountable for anti-competitive behavior; by Fortune Magazine about whether artificial intelligence can help Facebook cure its disinformation problem; by the Los Angeles Times about the Supreme Court decision in Google vs. Oracle; by The Verge on a proposed federal law against nonconsensual pornography or “revenge porn.”; by Yahoo News in an article about a Republican proposal to reform Section 230; by the Gainesville Sun about the implications of police departments using facial recognition technology; and by Courthouse News Service about car rental app Turo that has been skirting the rental-car rules for years at Boston’s Logan Airport.