Anonymous Newspaper Hack, Journalist Convicted Of Aiding

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Journalist jailed for two years for helping Anonymous hack the computer system of his former employer, the LA Times Journalist Matthew Keys has been sentenced to two years in prison, after he was convicted of helping the Anonymous hacking collective gain…

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Convicted child molester given 50 years

A convicted child molester will spend the next 50 years behind prison bars. William Kyle Anderson, 37, was sentenced by an Ellis County jury on Monday after an hour of deliberation, according to Assistant County and District Attorney Ann Montgomery. Anderson was found guilty of molesting a girl from the…

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Judge: Hyde Park man convicted on child porn charge

A Hyde Park man convicted on a child pornography charge will serve 3- to 7-years in prison, according toDutchess County Court Judge Stephen Greller. Michael Cerasaro, 62, admitted that he had a video of a sexual performance by a female child, in violation of his probation, Greller said via news release. Cerasaro…

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John Smedley to convicted hacker: ‘I’m coming for you’

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Daybreak boss threatens legal action Daybreak Game Company CEO John Smedley has lashed out at a hacker after the Lizard Squad member was convicted on 50,700 hacking chargers. The Daily Dot reports that Julius ‘zeekill’ Kivimaki, 17, was given a two-year…

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