Indictment or Harassment? Matthew Keys has quite the day...

News came in early this afternoon that Deputy Social Media Editor at Reuters, Matthew Keys, was indicted in California allegedly for supplying Anonymous with Tribune Company logins, leading to an LA Times hack. For those who follow, and have interacted with Matthew, it has come as quite a shock...

  1. I am fine. I found out the same way most of you did: From Twitter. Tonight I'm going to take a break. Tomorrow, business as usual.
  2. @TheMatthewKeys Hang in there bro. You have a lot supporters to lean on.
  3. UPDATE: @Reuters deputy social media editor @thematthewkeys retweeted a breaking tweet about his indictment (PHOTO) http://pic.twitter.com/FhTV8GMG7l
    UPDATE: @Reuters deputy social media editor @TheMatthewKeys retweeted a breaking tweet about his indictment (PHOTO) pic.twitter.com/FhTV8GMG7l/FhTV8GMG7l
  4. @TheMatthewKeys Hang in there. And know there are a lot of people who are there for you.
  5. great to see @TheMatthewKeys is saying he is fine, 'back as usual' tomorrow.
  6. @TheMatthewKeys Hang on there. Many supporters--the haters are ignorant.
  7. Contacted by @Reuters for comment on @TheMatthewKeys indictment. Tough call. He's friend/journalism bud. Said I've always trusted his info.
  8. Mathew Keys (@TheMatthewKeys) had a v useful twitter feed on a variety of stories. I hope, for his sake, that these allegations are false.