Morgan Muir, the longtime CIA analyst whom The New York Times reported was tasked with delivering President Biden daily intelligence briefings, played a leading role in the CIA defense of its torture program and cited information the agency later publicly admitted was inaccurate during a standoff with the Senate Intelligence Committee in 2013, BuzzFeed News reports. The extent of Muir involvement in the showdown was not previously known, per BuzzFeed. Mark Udall (D Colo.), an outspoken member of the committee at the time, said Biden “should have serious concerns about entrusting his presidential daily briefing to anyone who may have helped cover up this dark chapter in our nation history.” Sen.
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SEE ALSO: Dr. Senator Richard Blumenthal recently released a statement mentioning Google and Apple would have to convince the public that their contact tracing technology which will keep a track on people should not lead to a violation of their privacy, reports Reuters. “Apple and Google have a lot of work to do to convince a rightfully skeptical public that they are fully serious about the privacy and security of their contact tracing efforts,” said Blumenthal..