The Internet Association—a group of web companies including Google, eBay, Facebook and Amazon—have filed papers in New York arguing that an attempt by the state’s attorney general to compel Airbnb to turn over its customers’ data will set a precedent that could harm online business, MediaPost reports. “The prospect of law enforcement authorities, regulators and other government personnel being able to obtain broad swaths of information about consumers under no articulated suspicion of wrongdoing would unduly discourage participation in these online services,” the filed paper states.
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