Two of Eric Goldman’s (Law) blog posts were quoted in WIRED Magazine about the threats the print-on-demand industry faces from using copyrighted material. Another blog post of his was quoted in Front Page Confidential about benefits of a “Censorship Board” that would verify age and identity of internet users in an effort to curb child pornography online. He was quoted in PYMNTS.com about the regulatory problems single state digital privacy laws can create. He was also mentioned in Policy Blog and MediaPost about how Section 230 allows for prosecution against web platforms that display content that violates federal laws. He commented on a problematic free speech lawsuit against Google in Ars Technica and Yakanak News. Goldman was also quoted in Gizmodo Australia about Google’s lack of evaluation of court-ordered removals from Google search. His comments regarding the weaponization of Clearview AI were mentioned in Daily Kos and iPhone in Canada. Goldman was also quoted in Yahoo, Taipei Times, and two other sources about the unclear nature of a new bill that would target online child abuse. His comments during a CATO Institute panel he took part in regarding possible Section 230 reform were mentioned in Broadband Breakfast.