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Anonymous (internet groups)

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  • Chicago hacker tied to Anonymous given 10 years in prison

    Chicago hacker tied to Anonymous given 10 years in prison
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - A Chicago computer hacker tied to the group known as Anonymous was sentenced on Friday to 10 years in prison for cyber attacks on various government agencies and businesses, including a global intelligence company. Jeremy Hammond,...
  • Around Town: The importance of staying close to your kids

    In 1970, a classmate left the UCLA law school after dark. She was kidnapped at gunpoint, raped repeatedly, and released at 3 a.m. She called the police. The male officers took her to the ER where she was seen by a male resident. She cried during the exam....
  • Rachel Marsden: NATO cyber-warfare treatise is long overdue

    PARIS -- The Internet went crazy last week over what was described in hyperventilating tweets as NATO's plan to kill hackers. "NATO-Commissioned Report Says Killing Hackers Is Basically OK," blared one tech blog headline, nicely reinforcing the paranoia....
  • Maryville rape case puts Missouri town under spotlight

    Maryville rape case puts Missouri town under spotlight
    In the farmland of northwestern Missouri, a 2012 rape case that never went to trial has put tiny Maryville under siege from state politicians, national journalists and a hackers' collective pledging retribution. Early on Jan. 8, 2012, Melinda Coleman, a...
  • Reuters suspends Matthew Keys after Times hacking indictment

     
    News agency Reuters has suspended a deputy social media editor after he was indicted on federal charges of conspiring with the hacking group Anonymous to breach a Tribune Co. website, changing a Los Angeles Times online story. Reuters spokesman David........
  • Gamer may be behind 'Chippy 1337' hack of L.A. Times

     
    A hacker identity linked to a breach of Tribune Co. servers in 2010 that led to a changed headline on the Los Angeles Times website has also been linked with hacks on international gaming servers, according to multiple tech blogs and fan sites....
  • Matthew Keys target of Draconian computer laws, attorney says

     
    Reuters journalist Matthew Keys is only being targeted by the Department of Justice because he was reporting on the “hacktivist” group Anonymous, Keys' attorney said Friday....
  • Thomson Reuters editor Matthew Keys faces hacking charges

     
    Thomson Reuters deputy social media editor Matthew Keys will face charges next month after being indicted Thursday for allegedly conspiring with members of the hacking group “Anonymous” to infiltrate a Tribune site shortly after he was fired....
  • Journalist Matthew Keys says he's 'fine' after hacking indictment

     
    Thomson Reuters deputy social media editor Matthew Keys said on Twitter that he was "fine" after being indicted Thursday for allegedly conspiring with members of the hacking group “Anonymous” to infiltrate a Tribune site shortly after he was...
  • Matthew Keys' computer 'dismantled' after indictment, Reuters says

     
    Thomson Reuters has "dismantled" the work computer of deputy social media editor Matthew Keys after he was indicted Thursday for allegedly conspiring with members of the hacking group “Anonymous” to infiltrate a Tribune site, the wire...
  • Matthew Keys 'fine' after indictment on hacking charges

     
    Matthew Keys, the Thomson Reuters deputy social media editor indicted Thursday for allegedly conspiring with members of the hacking group “Anonymous” to infiltrate a Tribune site, reassured friends on Twitter that he is "fine." He said that it...
  • Journalist charged with helping Anonymous hack L.A. Times, TV station

     
    A social media editor for Reuters was charged Thursday with helping the group Anonymous hack into a Sacramento television station website and altering a Los Angeles Times online article. Matthew Keys, 26, was charged with conspiracy to transmit...