Airbnb Fights New York Subpoena Of User Data
Airbnb just got itself and one of its hosts out of a legal jam in New York City, but late on Friday the, company was subpoenaed by the New York Attorney General in an effort to obtain user data that might indicate illegal rental activity. “[T]his demand is unreasonably broad and we will fight it with everything we’ve got,” the company said. Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky had tried to fend off regulators in advance with a blog post last week, but he did not make any major concessions. The company says it has 15,000 hosts in the city, and 225,000 members.
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