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Glenn Greenwald decries 'prosecutorial overkill' in Matthew Keys hacking case

Guardian columnist and blogger Glenn Greenwald’s tweet links to what is essentially a straight news story summarizing the Department of Justice’s case against Matthew Keys. That’s a shame, because we’re curious why Keys, Reuters’ deputy social media editor, is lumped in with “online activists.” Unless there’s a lot more to the story, that designation seems to be overkill in itself.

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Andy Carvin, senior strategist at NPR, was another journalist lamenting the news.

https://twitter.com/LukeMorris/status/312367388534382592

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