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Airbnb's 'don't punish us' for scofflaws fails US court test

It is already fighting its next legal battle against New York using the same arguments that failed in San Francisco

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City lawyer Dennis Herrera said that the ruling reinforces that "online businesses don't get a free pass from the types of regulations that apply to other businesses in San Francisco". "They have to play by the rules, just like everybody else," he said.

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AIRBNB Inc's claim that it's just a conduit for user-generated content was rejected by a judge who said the company may not be able to duck a San Francisco law punishing it when hosts book units that aren't registered with the city.

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