Thomson Reuters Editor Is Charged in Hacking of News Site

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By: Amy Chozick | New York Times

Matthew Keys, a 26-year-old deputy social media editor at Thomson Reuters, has been charged with assisting the hacking collective Anonymous in an attack on the Web site of The Los Angeles Times, the Justice Department said Thursday.
A federal indictment of Mr. Keys, formerly a Web producer at KTXL Fox 40, which, like The Los Angeles Times, is owned by the Tribune Company, said that he went by a user name of “AESCracked” and assisted in a cyberattack on the newspaper’s Web site.


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