Reuters staffer accused of aiding hackers maintains innocence -lawyer
By Dan Levine and Joseph Menn SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Thomson Reuters Corp suspended with pay a deputy social media editor for Reuters.com who has been indicted on charges he aided members of the Anonymous hacking collective, a company spokesman said on Friday. Matthew Keys, 26, was indicted on Thursday by a federal grand jury in Sacramento, Calif., on three criminal counts. The alleged events occurred before he joined Thomson Reuters, the indictment indicated. New York attorney Tor Ekeland said that he has been hired to represent Keys and that his client “maintains his innocence. …
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