Journo who went to prison for 2 years for breaking US cyber-security law is jailed again

Former journalist Matthew Keys, who served two years in prison for posting his Tribune Company content management system credentials online a decade ago in violation of America’s Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, has been ordered back to prison for violating the terms of his supervised release. On Monday, Keys, 34, a resident of Vacaville, California, received an additional six-month sentence and 18 months of supervision with computer monitoring requirements, according to the US Attorney’s Office of the Eastern District of California.

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