The Senate Intelligence Committee believes it may have had its computers monitored by the CIA while prepping a 6,000-page, still-classified report on the Bush-era “enhanced interrogation techniques” of the spy agency, McClatchy and the New York Times report. The CIA has started an internal review into the snooping allegations, which reportedly center on “computers used by Senate aides to prepare the study.” Senator Diane Feinstein insisted, “Our oversight role will prevail.”
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