Eric Goldman was cited in Politico about Trump’s future business plans; in  The Guardian about the role that Backpage plays in exploiting children online; in  Media Postabout how although Youtube’s new ad policies have led to a massive drop in revenue for certain channels, web platforms have the right to change their policies. A study conducted by Goldman about the legal implications of emojis was mentioned in CBS News and referenced on WJXT. Goldman also was quoted in the San Francisco Chronicle about City Attorney Dennis Herrera’s request for Uber and Lyft to release four years worth of data about its effect on the city.