"Why the fuck is Airbnb doing virtual dates," was editor Tom's response. Why indeed.
The revolution will be on a website for a midcentury modern bungalow.
The small thing is being done for a few days in the hope this gets it on the good guys list.
It's the nauseating landlord's advertising of "coronavirus retreats."
Airbnb is waiving cancellation fees for stays with check-in up to 1 April.
Housing is terrible and Airbnb is not helping.
The company can, if it chooses, develop a psychological profile of users and cast them out into the digital and literal rain.
There are more than enough nightmarish Airbnb stories out there to make this one worth serious consideration.
“Anyone sympathetic to neo-Nazi ideology and violent extremism has absolutely no place on Airbnb, and our community is a better place without them.”
The company has also outlined how it plans “to combat unauthorised parties and get rid of abusive host and guest conduct”.
Big companies can't get away with playing silly buggers when it comes to tax.
Airbnb has announced that it expects to become a publicly traded company next year.
Tent, toilet, and hot water bottle for 8 quid a night.
Had 300 feedbacksies and was presumably minted, it being London and all.
You guys just couldn't keep it zipped, could you?