Fired Tribune Employee Sentenced to Two Years in Hacking Case

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When Matthew Keys got fired from Tribune owned KTXL in Sacramento, he did not take it very well. 

Federal prosecutors say Keys a disgruntled employee and he provided the hacking group Anonymous, the passwords to break into the Los Angeles Times’ website and alter a story. 

Yesterday, a judge sentenced Keys to two years in prison for his role. Keys, who calls himself a digital journalist says that he will appeal the sentence.