Friday, May 27, 2011 :: Q...
On Saturday, May 21st, 2011 I updated the indeed.com interface used on the WiredPages Employment page.
The problem? The interface uses an xml feed from indeed.com which required the user agent and IP address of the visitor requesting job opportunities via the interface.
I am not sure how long this requirement has been in effect- but for the interface on the WiredPages Employment page– it may have enabled non-payment if sponsored links were clicked.
This interface is an affiliate feed and since placing a job-roll on the News, Software & Java forums and later the interface on the WiredPages Employment page– to date I have made $4.02. This, just this month.
My indeed account associates my social security number — [had a VA driver’s license that used this number for about 10 years, also clearances and bank accounts use this number] and my business name and address.
It is also my tax payer number insofar as my business in that I am a sole proprietor. How can someone steal my social security number with all this surveillance and the clearances I held? Not sure but I want to remind the FBI and DOJ of these facts.
I also want to remind everyone.. QiSoftware is a legal business entity and I do not have to sue to get what is owed me. I have too much surveillance. FBI/DOJ owe jail.
Do I think it odd that this month, is the first month I have earned fees from this affiliate? Yes– but maybe they wanted me to notice the problem with the feed. Were these fields always required? Not sure. Were they always part of the xml string request? Yes, and part of my original calling arguments for the feed– however with no values. As I have provided, this was corrected on May 21st, 2011.