Reuters staffer accused of aiding hackers maintains innocence: lawyer

By Dan Levine and Joseph Menn SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – A Reuters.com editor maintained his innocence after being suspended with pay on Friday following a federal indictment on charges he aided members of the Anonymous hacking collective. Matthew Keys, 26, a deputy social media editor, was indicted on Thursday by a federal grand jury in Sacramento, California, on three criminal counts. The alleged events occurred before he joined Thomson Reuters, the indictment indicated. New York attorney Tor Ekeland said he had been hired by Keys to represent him and that his client “maintains his innocence. …

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