US Marshal CCs, rather than BCCs, those interested in anonymous Bitcoin auction

Megan Geuss reports:

The US Marshals Service is in charge of  auctioning off  almost 30,000 bitcoins that the federal government  seized from Silk Road servers  last year, and it had planned to do so in an anonymous auction this month. But that anonymity was compromised on Wednesday when the US Marshals Service accidentally revealed the names of several potential bidders by sending around an auction FAQ to a group of e-mail addresses that it placed in the CC field rather than in the BCC field.

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