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 September 3, 2014  Breaches, Business, Court

Rishi Iyengar reports:

Around 25 people with apartments listed on the online accommodation-sharing website Airbnb are suing the company to prevent what they claim is a breach of their privacy.

Calling themselves “New Yorkers Making Ends Meet in the Sharing Economy,” the group filed a lawsuit against Airbnb in the state supreme court on Tuesday to prevent the firm sharing their private information with state attorney general Eric Schneiderman.

Read more on Time. So far, the lawsuit has resulted in Airbnb not turning over the plaintiffs’ information if it had been subpoenaed by the state.

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