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Airbnb’s new app users won’t like it


Technology depends on factors such as guest review history, age of their account, requested length of stay, and eligibility. looking at types of reservations that are likely to result in unauthorized parties automatically Designed to catch.

The company says it has been trialling similar technology in certain parts of Australia since October 2021, with a 35% share in unauthorized parties. drop He said he saw it. Also, formerly in the US since July 2020, age 25 below a similar system was used, with a more limited focus on guests. With this previous technology, younger guests were prevented from booking large homes close to where they lived.

Airbnb’s new app users won’t like it

Airbnb has been trying to crash parties for years. In 2019, California, Orinda’da He said he would ban “party houses” in an Airbnb rental after five people were killed in a shooting that is thought to have involved more than 100 people at a Halloween party.

In 2020, this time COVID of the pandemic announced that it had taken further precautions as a result. The fear is that the closure of bars and clubs is making people alternative at a time when social distancing is most vital. Airbnb was to encourage them to tend to their properties. While most social distancing rules have now been relaxed, Airbnb saw the party ban as a positive move for its business and decided to keep it.

Company notice letter, where guests suspected and blocked from making reservations to host unauthorized parties Airbnb He says he can continue to make an alternative reservation through For example, they can book a private room instead of a whole house, or book a hotel stay through the platform.

Airbnb previously said it saw a 44% year-over-year decline in the number of party reports after enforcing the party ban in August 2020. Airbnb’nin says it has suspended the accounts of about 6,600 guests for violating the anti-party, compared to the nearly 150 million total users it has on its platform.

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