News sites getting the meaning of "two thirds of cases" wrong: Independent ,Telegraph, Mail, Express, Mirror, Huffington Post
News site getting it wrong in the headline but right in the text without one having to scroll down: Reuters.
News sites getting it right: BBC, Guardian.
The press release.
The Science abstract, with paywalled link to the paper
Free preview of the paper
Supplement on the data and methodology
Long critical review of the paper and its reporting: David Gorski
Discussion of the reporting: Andrew Maynard, Science-Presse (in French)
Criticism of the interpretation of correlation: Guardian, statsguy, Antonio Rinaldi (in Italian), with his own model, me, with a toy model
Criticism of the correlation calculation: StatsChat
Criticism of the clustering methodology: Understanding Uncertainty (with discussion of the reporting), statsguy, me, with discussion of the methodology generally
Criticism of the message: Cancer Research UK (with discussion of the reporting and the paper)
Expressing doubts about the accuracy of the data: Paul Knoepfler
A few comments on the paper: Science
Support for the paper: Steven Novella
Support for the message: PZ Myers, expressing disdain for those reluctant to accept the role of random chance