Eric Goldman was quoted in more than 600 stories that ran on NBC Bay Area NewsAssociated Press NewsKNX-AM,  and the San Francisco Chronicle about the California Supreme Court case that decided that criminal defendants be granted access to social media posts to help their defense. He also spoke to the Boston Herald about the federal court ruling that Donald Trump’s act of blocking Twitter accounts is unconstitutional. He spoke to The New York Times about growing calls to regulate or treat Facebook as a publishing site and not a social media platform. The story ran on at least 10 additional outlets. He also was quoted on JD Supra about the newly passed Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act; in ARS Technica about a trademark case; in Kopitiam Bot about a trademark lawsuit; in TRT World about Facebook’s suspension of Palestinians’ and Kashmiris’ profiles; and in Policy Options about his article that discussed the “three waves” of Internet exceptionalism.  And his Technology & Marketing Law Blog was noted on Legal Technology for being named to ABA Journal’s “Blawg Hall of Fame.”