Reuters' Matthew Keys Charged With Aiding Hackers Anonymous In 2010

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A prominent social media journalist allegedly fed Tribune Company server logins to the Anonymous group of hackers in 2010, and authorities say at least one of the hackers used the information to sabotage part of the Los Angeles Times' website.

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A prominent social media journalist allegedly fed Tribune Company server logins to the Anonymous group of hackers in 2010, and authorities say at least one of the hackers used the information to sabotage part of the Los Angeles Times' website.
 
Matthew Keys, 26, of Secaucus, N.J., faces up to 10 years in prison if convicted on several federal charges related to the security breach.
 
 
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