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    Airbnb Says New Orleans’ New Data-Sharing Rules Are Unconstitutional

    Airbnb in a letter in May told the city of New Orleans that new data-sharing requirements recently approved by its City Council to crack down on illegal short-term rentals violate the U.S Constitution and the federal Stored Communications Act. The requirements, codified into law earlier this year as part of the most recent overhaul of New Orleans’ short-term rental rules, mandate that platforms share data, like property addresses, with the city. The company says the requirement amounts to an unconstitutional search.

    FOX 8 WVUE (New Orleans) (05/23/23)

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