Right now we take a peek at the future and realize the Silicon Valley can efficiently enforce rules on their customers far quicker than a call to the po-po about noisy neighbors.
Here's a peek at tech limiting socializing during the pandemic . . .
In Kansas City, such anti-party defenses impacted more than 350 gatherings on the Fourth of July; more than 400 at Halloween; and more than 900 on New Year’s Eve, according to Airbnb.
“We believe it worked,” Lisa Cohen, a company spokesperson added. “Those weekends were generally quiet, and these initiatives were well-received by our Host community.”
Most Airbnb guests treat homes and neighborhoods with respect, and the anti-party tech isn’t meant to discourage their use of the popular platform, she emphasized.
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Airbnb's ban on booking spots for house parties prevented hundreds of spreader events across Kansas City - especially impactful over holiday weekends known disruptive behavior, the company said Friday.