This image was reportedly taken of the couple inside the Airbnb home by the hidden camera. The couple said they never gave their Airbnb host permission to film them.
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Security experts weigh in on how to detect cameras and why they're becoming more common.
President Donald Trump's old childhood home in Jamaica Estates, Queens is now listed on Airbnb for a mere $725 a night. Considering Trump reportedly called the White House "a real dump," maybe he'd li...
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An Airbnb host in Amsterdam accused of pushing a guest down a flight of stairs for missing her checkout time faces attempted murder charges. Video of the confrontation went viral after the guest's fri...
While it might seem daunting, travelling alone is something everyone should try at least once in their lifetime. Not only will you to manage your own itinerary and do things on your own terms, but it...
The pair had only known each other for a couple of months.
A 20-year-old woman has been left with a fractured skull and stab wounds.
A 20-year-old woman is recovering in hospital after the attack.
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You can now book things to do in addition to where you stay.
Belinda Johnson is making mentoring her mission in Silicon Valley.
Renting a room was so last year.
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Immerse yourself in culture -- the non-touristy kind.
These pads are so swanky you’ll want to move in.
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A key part of the internet's infrastructure was hit by a series of attacks in the past 24 hours, causing major services such as Netflix, Twitter, Spotify, Airbnb and news sites such as The New York Ti...
The home sharing platform could soon get the tick of approval.
Hurricane Matthew evacuees on the East Coast who are searching for emergency shelter need look no further than their smartphones. On Tuesday, the site activated its disaster response tool, which allow...
Like you needed another excuse.
Our next home-grown ideas boom.
Slay your presentation, collect the bags of startup cash.
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There are a few things that drive me into a blind rage: call centres that 'accidentally' hang up on you after an hour of waiting, motorists that won't let you merge in busy traffic, and people bagging the sharing economy because they don't like Uber.
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"The world's largest taxi firm, Uber, owns no cars. The world's most popular media company, Facebook, creates no content. And the world's largest accommodation provider, Airbnb, owns no property. Some...
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It’s been a hectic start to the year, what with early election speculation and Kanye West’s Twitter account. We’ve all been busy. Which is why Easter has snuck up on us so fast and now we’re tasked wi...
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Intellectual Property. Two words you hear a lot these days. Everyone bangs on about the need to protect their IP. To lock it up and swallow the key. Businesses of all shapes and sizes fear nightmare...
The launch of Airbnb in 2008 ushered in a new wave of accommodation sharing services such as Love Home Swap and HomeAway, which saw many travellers turn their backs on traditional hotel holidays. Now...
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CANBERRA --- The Federal Opposition has moved to try and harness the economic potential of the sharing economy, while seeking to assure the physical safety of clients and protect Australian wages and...
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The funny thing is that you start to see your posessions in a different way -- like a resource to be shared rather than something to be owned. This is a pretty liberating mindset as items around you suddenly become revenue sources rather than depreciating assets.
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It's time for government to get its hands off Australian innovation, and encourage disruption, not punish and deter. Until that happens, our economy and country are set for decades of slow growth that none of us can afford.
The train wreck I see coming if you take the shared economy to the max will be people competing in a saturated market place with ever-more-diminishing returns.
The sharing economy as we know it simply digitises the acts of collaborative consumption that have been mainstays for decades. Undeniably the capacity for connection and community has been amplified by technology, but the fundamentals of the process remain the same.