Eric Goldman was mentioned in Consumer Reports about why some websites require you to put the item in your cart before you can see the price. He was also quoted in a Bloomberg Markets article, also published by two other outlets including the San Francisco Chronicle, about a lawsuit filed against Airbnb alleging it helps renters break their lease agreements. He was also mentioned in MediaPost  on SESTA; and in Bloomberg Technology about how people in Washington see the Internet and big technology companies. He was also quoted in GameVicio and three other outlets about how technology companies are being viewed differently because of the sex trafficking bill, and in KQED News about why internet companies are dropping opposition to the internet sex trafficking bill.