Anytime I see a service that has the potential to cause ones feed to be Hijacked it gets my attention. Looking at the FeedPass interface I became instantly aware that anyone could take our feed and sign up for an account, have Google Ads inserted and start making revenue by placing that same content on a service that could feed up my RSS feed and someone else’s advertisements.
I am putting FeedPass on notice that if I find any feeds from any of our companies being hijacked and ran thru their service that we are going to hold them liable.
I don’t need stats or help from any third party in figuring out what my stats are and I don’t want anyone coming across our content subjected to advertisements in our RSS feed. [Scripting News]