Author Archive for Jesse Dill

If You Tweet It, They Will Come

Thursday, August 30th, 2012
Category: Legal Practice, Legal Research, Public | No Comments »

As lawyers, we are often a conservative bunch. This may especially be so for litigators, who encounter the worst case scenarios of common experiences each and every day. Social media ... Read more »

What’s in a “Like”?

Tuesday, August 14th, 2012
Category: Computer Law, First Amendment, Public | 1 Comment »

A big part of why I am so intrigued by social media and employment law is because of the extent of information people are willing to share with others about ... Read more »

Illinois Prohibits Employers From Seeking Social Networking Passwords

Monday, August 6th, 2012
Category: Business Regulation, Computer Law, Labor & Employment Law, Privacy Rights, Public | No Comments »

On August 1, 2012, Illinois Governor Pat Quinn signed into law a bill that prohibits employers from requesting or requiring employees or prospective employees from providing “any password or other ... Read more »

Here’s My Invite, so Friend Me, Maybe? Changing Notions of Privacy in Social Media

Friday, July 27th, 2012
Category: Business Regulation, Labor & Employment Law, Privacy Rights, Public, Tort Law | 1 Comment »

I first want to take a moment to thank the Marquette Law School Blog editorial faculty for inviting me to be the alumni blogger this month. I have enjoyed the ... Read more »