Airbnb and ClassPass are the latest companies to express concerns over Apple’s 30% App Store fee after shifting to virtual content.
Airbnb uses a secret algorithm to figure out how trustworthy you are, and it mines your social media for sex work, porn, drugs, and more.
Hotel lobbyists don’t like Airbnb and its competition, so they’re introducing a bill to amend Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act.
And they’re not just focused on pushing this loophole for Airbnb. It appears they’re going all in on stripping Section 230 protections from any internet service hosting 3rd party content. As part of this, they recently released what can only be described as a push poll to mislead people about Airbnb, the laws around these issues, and Section 230. Each question in the poll is at best actively misleading and at worst, completely bullshit.
Apple’s London flagship store got a rainbow makeover as the city celebrated Pride, with a number of major tech firms joining the parade.
Former Apple retail chief Angela Ahrendts has joined Airbnb’s Board of Directors, a move that leaves some scratching their heads.
A New Zealand family staying at a home in Cork, Ireland, found they were being recorded with a hidden Airbnb camera.
Rental website Airbnb hit out at authorities in Paris, who are seeking $14 million from the firm for illegal adverts.
Luckily Mr. Hamilton and his girlfriend were only in the house for about 20 minutes before he found the camera.
Now that summer is underway, you might be thinking of places to visit for a summer vacation.