Eric Goldman was mentioned in the Los Angeles Times about the impact banning neo-Nazi websites has on free speech, and in Slate about GoDaddy’s decision to drop a neo-Nazi website. He also was quoted in Media Post about Canada’s censorship order against Google; about the decision to grant Booking.com trademark protection; and about the lawsuit that AdWords recently dropped against Google. He was quoted in The Verge, Media Post, and Fast Company about how a bill that was created to fight sex trafficking could curb internet freedom, and in The Villages Suntimes about internet law. A blog postwritten by Goldman about Section 230 was cited in IB Times. Additionally, Goldman was quoted on Skift 5 about Airbnb’s path to becoming an IPO; in The Recorder about Uber’s driver fee case (registration required to view article); and in the Loudoun Times about the implications that a recent First Amendment ruling has on Trump’s blocking of people from his Twitter feed. Additionally, Goldman was was interviewed on WVPE and KNOW and was quoted in Tri-City Herald.