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Airbnb fights San Francisco unregistered unit ordinance

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A federal judge has expressed skepticism that a San Francisco ordinance setting fines for Airbnb if it processes bookings of units not registered with the city violates federal law. Airbnb has argued that the ordinance would put it in an editorial role that would illegally treat it as the publisher of third-party ads.
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