Iran's head of atomic energy says the country has deliberately provided "false information" in an effort to trick spies. Fereydoon Abbasi told the Al Hayat website that "in order to protect our nuclear position and our achievements ... there is no other choice but to mislead foreign intelligence," the New York Times reports. (He singled out Britain's MI6 agency as snooping.) "Sometimes we present a weakness that we do not in fact really have, and sometimes we appear to have power without having it." Not surprisingly, he didn't provide specific examples.