Eric Goldman was mentioned in The New Yorker about the consequences of editorial judgments in terms of political media. He was also quoted in Breitbart, The Business Times, Yahoo Finance, and 29 other outlets about antitrust battles about competitive practices against Big Tech firms. He was also quoted in Inquirer.net, Yahoo Finance, and 11 other sources about the difference between European and American antitrust laws.
Professor Goldman was a guest on KMOX where he spoke about the issues dealing with Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act. He also was quoted in CNET about the controversy of deepfakes on social media platforms such as Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter. Techdirt covered his work woth Jeff Kosseff creating an archive of key filings in cases involving Section 230, and he was quoted in The Technology Liberation Front, MediaPost, F3News, Graffio Tech, Wired Online, and Wired Blog about Section 230 issues. Goldman also was mentioned in Lexology for his work in legal cases involving emojis.