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Journalist Matthew Keys sentenced to 2 years in hacking case

Former Reuters journalist Matthew Keys was sentenced today to two years in prison on hacking charges. He faced a maximum sentence of 25 years. During his sentencing hearing, Keys tweeted, “This

Anonymous Hacktivist Jeremy Hammond Gets Maximum 10-Year Prison Sentence

Anonymous hacktivist, Jeremy Hammond, who <a target="_blank" href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2012-13_Stratfor_email_leak#cite_note-guardian-8">leaked millions of emails</a> from security firm Strat

You May Take Away My Freedom, But I’ll Always Have My Crunchie!

On June 14th, 2010, Michael Arrington <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2010/06/14/were-awarding-goatse-security-a-crunchie-award-for-public-service/">awarded a Crunchie</a> to two members of Goat

Aaron’s Law Takes Shape

Digital activist Aaron Swartz took his own life on January 11. Swartz was facing federal hacking charges after being arrested for downloading millions of articles from JSTOR from MIT’s network in ex

GoatSec iPad Hacking Case Underway, Ruling Could Address Ancient Computer Law

<b>Editor’s note: </b><em>Ansel Halliburton is a lawyer at <a target="_blank" href="http://www.computerlaw.com/">ComputerLaw Group</a>. </em> In the summer of 2010, a group called Goatse Secur