Former FOX40 Web Producer Gets 2 Years For Role In Los Angeles Times Headline ChangeMatthew Keys, 29, was convicted of one count of conspiracy to make unauthorized changes to websites and damage its computer systems, one count of transmitting malicious code, and one count of attempted transmission of malicious code.
Journalist To Be Sentenced In LA Times Hacking CaseA well-known social media journalist is set for sentencing Wednesday after he was convicted of conspiring with the hacking group Anonymous to break into the Los Angeles Times' website and alter a story.
Matthew Keys Found Guilty Of Helping Alter Story On Los Angeles Times WebsiteHis attorneys say any alteration was a relatively harmless prank that did not merit charges carrying a maximum penalty of up to 10 years in prison.
Reuters Social Media Editor Accused Of Helping 'Anonymous' Hacker Group Says He Was FiredA Reuters deputy social media editor accused of conspiring with hackers to deface a Los Angeles Times story said Monday he was fired.
Reuters Editor's Lawyer: Prank Doesn't Merit PrisonA lawyer for a Reuters editor accused of helping hackers deface a Los Angeles Times story said Friday that the journalist didn't commit the crime, but even if he did, it was an Internet prank that shouldn't send anyone to prison for 25 years.
Reuters Suspends Employee Accused Of Aiding Hacker Group 'Anonymous'News agency Reuters has suspended with pay a deputy social media editor after he was indicted on federal charges of conspiring with the notorious hacking group Anonymous to deface an online story of the Los Angeles Times.
Former KTXL Web Producer Allegedly Helped Anonymous Hack L.A. Times WebsiteA former web producer at KTXL, a Tribune Company-owned TV station in Sacramento has been charged with allegedly conspiring with hacker group Anonymous to get access into and alter a Tribune Company website, the Department of Justice said Thursday.