Sen. Feinstein Says CIA Spied on Congress - WSJ.com: A key point of dispute in the charges and denials Tuesday was who the computers in question belonged to. Ms. Feinstein said they were committee property, while the CIA said the committee was informed the facility and the computers in it were CIA property, a U.S. official said.
When the panel's investigation started, the CIA established a dedicated network for the committee to use. The network was split between the panel and CIA, with a mechanism for the CIA to share relevant documents with the committee, the official said.
The system contained an audit capability to ensure documents weren't mishandled, the official said. CIA officers didn't search the computers, but rather audit logs, after they came to believe that an internal CIA interrogation review had been obtained by the committee, the official said.