matthew keys indicted

Perhaps the most famous case of an employee accused of causing trouble on his employer's network is that of Pfc. Bradley
Reuters Deputy Social Media Editor Matthew Keys faces up to 25 years behind bars and $750K in fines for sharing protected login info. Criminal Defense Lawyer Jay Leiderman joins Mike to discuss the case and why he chose to take it pro bono.
The FBI alleges the chat between Keys and Monsegur went as follows: “This is sort of an undercover-type, investigative journalism
Imagine me at work and seeing your friend's name listed on an indictment in an email from the U.S. Attorney's Office.
The spokesman had no further information. Keys is currently a deputy social media editor at Thomson Reuters. Keys, a social
It seems, though, that Keys' time at Reuters is done, at least temporarily. An anonymous employee told the wire service that
Keys wrote a blog post for Reuters last year about his experience communicating with members of Anonymous. In the story -- headlined
A separate court document in the case indicated that Hector Xavier Monsegur, a hacker formerly known as "Sabu," appeared