In March, Reuters’ deputy social media editor Matthew Keys was charged with conspiring with Anonymous to hack into a Tribune Company server. And last week, Reuters gave him the boot.

After accusing Reuters of double standards with regard to reporting information from police scanners, Keys once again took to Twitter to smack around his former employer.

He retweeted this story about Reuters reportedly creating a fake legal journalist:

And then struck out on his own:

Oh dear.



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