New York State Attorney General (AG) Eric Schneiderman demanded that apartment-sharing site Airbnb release user data on 15,000 New York City apartment hosts to investigate the legality of the site, but Airbnb has filed a motion in the New York State Supreme Court objecting to the AG’s demands, Business Insider reports. In a statement, an Airbnb spokesman said, “The subpoena issued by the attorney general last Friday goes well beyond bad actors and demands information about thousands of regular Airbnb hosts in New York. So, we made it clear to the attorney general’s office from the very beginning that we would never agree to this type of government-sponsored fishing expedition.”
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