Eric Goldman spoke to Reporter OnlineThe Times-Heraldand 10 other outlets about the recent Supreme Court Decision allowing criminal defendants to access some social media posts during their trial. He was also quoted in The Wall Street JournalCetUSNewsand Jezebel about the possible repercussions sex workers could face after a new law to prevent sex trafficking and prostitution on social media websites.  His comments were also mentioned on CetUSNews about a former Marriott employee fired for “liking” a tweet from a Tibetan separatist group, and in Wired about the sale of illegal animal parts on Facebook. He was also quoted on Sebastian Gogola’s Interests about a case where a California judge ruled it unlawful for Twitter to ban a white supremacist, and in Talking Points Memo about the arrest of a man for threatening the Alt-Right over the internet and what caused his post to be worthy of attention.