Matthew Keys, a social media editor convicted Wednesday on federal charges that he allegedly conspired with a hacker to deface the website of the Los Angeles Times, walks out of the federal courthouse after his arraignment with his attorney Jason Leiderman, in Sacramento, Calif., Tuesday, April 23, 2013. Keys pleaded not guilty to charged with giving the hacking group, Anonymous, the login credentials to the computer system of the Tribune Co., which owns the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, Baltimore Sun and other media properties. Photo taken April 23, 2013 in Sacramento, California.
Matthew Keys, a social media editor convicted Wednesday on federal charges that he allegedly conspired with a hacker to deface the website of the Los Angeles Times, walks out of the federal courthouse after his arraignment with his attorney Jason Leiderman, in Sacramento, Calif., Tuesday, April 23, 2013. Keys pleaded not guilty to charged with giving the hacking group, Anonymous, the login credentials to the computer system of the Tribune Co., which owns the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, Baltimore Sun and other media properties. Photo taken April 23, 2013 in Sacramento, California. Renée C. Byer rbyer@sacbee.com
Matthew Keys, a social media editor convicted Wednesday on federal charges that he allegedly conspired with a hacker to deface the website of the Los Angeles Times, walks out of the federal courthouse after his arraignment with his attorney Jason Leiderman, in Sacramento, Calif., Tuesday, April 23, 2013. Keys pleaded not guilty to charged with giving the hacking group, Anonymous, the login credentials to the computer system of the Tribune Co., which owns the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, Baltimore Sun and other media properties. Photo taken April 23, 2013 in Sacramento, California. Renée C. Byer rbyer@sacbee.com