February 26, 2024 - 10:30am to 11:30am PST
Online (via Zoom)

Chamber of Progress (not EFF) will host this event. EFF's David Greene will be participating.

2/26 SCOTUS Press Conference: NetChoice v. Paxton and Moody v. NetChoice

After the Supreme Court hears oral arguments in NetChoice v. Paxton and Moody v. NetChoice on Monday, February 26th, join a briefing with experts in internet law from Chamber of Progress, the ACLU, the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), and the Woodhull Freedom Foundation. The press conference will provide early analysis of the court hearing, a breakdown of arguments presented to the court, and an examination of lines of questioning from the justices.


February 26, 2024
10:30 AM PT


Online (Via Zoom)



Event Requirements:

Event registration required

From Chamber of Progress:

On Monday, Feb. 26, the Supreme Court will hear the biggest tech case of the year: NetChoice v. Paxton and Moody v. NetChoice. We're joining together with the ACLU, the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), and the Woodhull Freedom Foundation for a debrief press conference following the hearing.

About the Speaker:

David Greene , Senior Staff Attorney and Civil Liberties Director, has significant experience litigating First Amendment issues in state and federal trial and appellate courts. David currently serves on the steering committee of the Free Expression Network, the governing committee of the ABA Forum on Communications Law, and on advisory boards for several arts and free speech organizations across the country. David is also an adjunct professor at the University of San Francisco School of Law, where he teaches classes in First Amendment and media law and was formerly an instructor in the journalism department at San Francisco State University. He has written and lectured extensively on many areas of First Amendment Law, including as a contributor to the International Encyclopedia of Censorship. Before joining EFF, David was for twelve years the Executive Director and Lead Staff Counsel for First Amendment Project, where he worked with EFF on numerous cases including Bunner v. DVDCCA.

More about Chamber of Progress

Chamber of Progress is a new tech industry coalition devoted to a progressive society, economy, workforce, and consumer climate. We back public policies that will build a fairer, more inclusive country in which all people benefit from technological leaps.

This event is organized not by EFF, but by Chamber of Progress.