Eric Goldman was quoted in a Huffington Post article about families of the San Bernardino shooting victims suing social media companies. A paper written by Goldman about the role that emojis can play in legal cases was cited in A Journal of Musical Things. Goldman was also quoted in a Dayton Daily News article about a Google against Uber. He was also quoted in a Merced Sun-Star article about the role of social media companies in monitoring and reporting terrorist activity. Goldman wrote a blog post about the Ninth Circuit ruling that Google is not a generic trademark. His blog post was cited in a SiliconBeat article on the same topic. Goldman was also quoted in a Wired article about whether joining an online Facebook group associated with white supremacy can have legal consequences, and he was also featured in articles in Quartz and Northern California Record about emoji law.