Evangelia Psychogiopoulou has recently published an article with Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law (with F. Casarosa). This article entitled “Social media before domestic courts in Europe: An analysis of free speech cases’” seeks to shed light on the social media jurisprudence of constitutional and supreme courts in EU Member States. It examines the contribution of national judiciaries to the protection of freedom of expression online and its balancing with other rights and interests in a social media setting. The focus is on cases that concern political speech, cases that examine the application of safeguards for the press on social media, and cases that reflect upon the impact of social media on legacy media regulation, that is, regulation for the mass media from the pre-digital age.