The website development of the National Security Agency’s (NSA) website is moving forward with the support of an angel investor, a source familiar with the matter told CoinDesk.
The investment was announced in January by an unnamed company, the source said.
The site is currently undergoing a number of major updates, including a redesign that will include new landing pages, a new navigation interface and new branding, the person said.
This is the third time that the site has been revamped in the last few months, and it is being updated to meet current security standards, the same source said, declining to be named because the investment has not been made public.
As part of the redesign, a team of over 100 people are working on improving the overall usability and the overall site architecture.
They are also looking at a number new features, including more powerful search engines, better reporting tools, and better analytics tools, the insider said.
For the past several years, the NSA has been under constant fire from critics and politicians, who have alleged that the agency’s internet surveillance programs have resulted in mass surveillance of innocent Americans.
Since 2014, the U.S. government has been engaged in a number court challenges, including one in which a federal judge ruled that the government must disclose the names of government officials who are authorized to access the internet.
Last month, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) filed a lawsuit in federal court in Maryland, asking the court to order the government to disclose the identities of those who are the subject of the orders.
The ACLU is also calling on Congress to investigate the NSA’s surveillance activities.
The NSA website has a number problems, one of which is that the content is so sparse, the court filing said.
It is unclear how many people are involved in the website redesign, but the NSA spokesperson said that the company had not been able to confirm that.
The website is currently under review, according to the source, who did not want to be identified for fear of jeopardizing the investment.
The company is expected to make the final changes to the site within the next few weeks, the information shared with CoinDesk indicated.
In an email to CoinDesk, the site’s administrator said that it had recently completed a redesign, and that they would be sharing more information about the project in the coming weeks.
The SEC has also been in touch with the NSA and other companies about the redesign of the website, a spokesperson for the SEC told CoinDash, adding that the SEC’s Office of Investor Education and Advocacy (OIEA) was in contact with the company about the new website.OIEB is an independent, nonpartisan agency with a mission to promote shareholder and investor rights and enhance corporate governance and public disclosure.