Eric Goldman was quoted in The New York TimesMSN Money, and 14 other sources about the push for tech companies to be held liable for dangerous activity posted by users. He was quoted in Vox and ZDNet about the new California Consumer Privacy Act; in Forbes about the impact of WikiLeaks; on KPCC about objections to the California Consumer Privacy Act; in Teach Privacy about the book, The Twenty-Six Words That Created the Internet; in besedo about his prediction about the future of user-generated content; and in Daily Times about the downsides of weakening Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act. Goldman also spoke on a CSPAN panel about social media and content moderation; was mentioned in Slate and The Union for his research on emojis in law.