Satoshi, spyware and secret letters

In other news that just won't go away, in NYT's Dealbook Hiroko Tabuchi wonders, "Will the Real Satoshi Nakamoto Please Stand Up?" (Wait, where have we read that headline before? Oh, yeah.) Or as Politico's Blake Hounshell summed it up, "28 Satoshi Nakamotos who probably didn't found Bitcoin." Meanwhile, San Francisco Chronicle's Caleb Garling remarked, "This article kiiiiinda boils down to the New York Times just talking shit to Newsweek."

Care of the newest news organization on the block, First Look Media's Ryan Gallagher and Glenn Greenwald reveal how the NSA plans to infect “millions” of computers with malware. "Nice Intercept scoop," concluded Dylan Martin with The Forecaster.

Across the pond, judges have ruled that an attorney general acted unlawfully when he blocked the publication of letters written by Prince Charles to government ministers, which are rumored to reveal how he lobbied for the changing of official policies. London Evening Standard'Tom Harper heralded it a "[w]onderful victory 4 freedom of information campaigners - impending Prince Charles story sounds potentially explosive."

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