According to Crowdflower, NDA jobs are only given to people that have Crowdflower as their 9-5 regular job, who have to work on computers provided by the company and work in a office. I believe this would be the same for Rainforest.
We never see NDA jobs because regular users don't get the offer of signing an NDA.
That's news to me.........those workers would have to be admins and not actual contributors.
I honestly don't see CF as a 9 to 5 job type, it's more of a supplement to income, with such crappy, unfair jobs
and low pay.
As far as RF, no, the NDA is offered as an option to clients. The NDA is for testers, you sign it and promise you will not disclose site details, names, content, etc....... For example a site still under development that is not accessible
to the public yet.....I have not seen any yet. Most of the stuff we test are existing sites accessible to the public
so an NDA would not be required.
I think Rainforest would prefer that you use their disposable email. That way they would be able to verify if an email came though or not, vital if the task autor complains about you not completing the test right. Whereas with other disposable email it is impossible to know if you've tampered with it or not before submission.
Good point, however I would be concerned that RF would say that I was not authorised to use that in the first place.
BTW, V-IQs are very buggy, it has to do with stars Big hits but error reports so early.
What a day........ 99% training hits 1% real hits