Former Republican State Rep. candidate against Jack Franks Steve Reick has written about a recent Illinois Supreme Court decision on when a commenter’s identity may be obtained. The cleverly named blog “Illinoyances” can be found here.
The article, entitled,
says the Court found three factors required for secrecy:
- the statement must have a precise and readily understood meaning;
- the statement must be verifiable; and
- the statement’s literary or social context signals must have factual content.