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The US Justice Department indicted Reuters employee Matthew Keys on three counts on Thursday, claiming Keys gave the hacker group Anonymous passwords from the Tribune Company when he worked there.
Reuters was hacked on Friday, with an account being hacked and used to spread misinformation about the situation in Syria, and specifically about the Free Syrian Army's movements.
Algorithmic accidents at Google News have been blamed for matching the wrong photos to stories, including a really unfortunate one caught by Newsweek. Putting the right pictures with the right stories has proved a challenge...
Joining CNET News, Reuters has now opened a new news bureau inside Linden Lab's "parallel world" game Second Life. The story here is that Reuters will now bring their own news, photos, and video news...
Financial information software from Reuters is now available for Intel-based servers from Hewlett-Packard running Red Hat's Linux, the companies plan to announce Monday. The product, Reuters Market Data System, is the result of...
Reuters expects to save over Â£1m a year by replacing classroom-based training with e-learning. The news agency and information provider is rolling out Oracle's iLearning management system as part of an overall self-service...