A combination of trip length, age, and other factors will be used to screen bookings
Airbnb’s new website will be available. “anti-party technology”After a pilot success in Australia, it was announced Tuesday by the company in America and Canada.
This new system analyzes data to determine if a property has been booked for parties. This includes “factors like history of positive reviews (or lack of positive reviews), length of time the guest has been on Airbnb, length of the trip, distance to the listing, weekend vs. weekday, among many others,”According to the company.
“The primary objective is attempting to reduce the ability of bad actors to throw unauthorized parties which negatively impact our hosts, neighbors, and the communities we serve,”Airbnb made the statement in a statement.
According to the property rental platform, “a similar variation”This new anti-party system was created “very effective” in Australia since October 2021, leading to a 35% drop in reported incidents of unauthorized parties in the areas where it’s been in effect.
According to the company, this technology is “a more robust and sophisticated version of the “under-25” system that has been in effect in North America since 2020, which focuses primarily on guests under the age of 25 without positive reviews who are booking locally.”
Airbnb’s party policy has been changed numerous times. Airbnb allowed guests to choose whether or not their homes could be used as party venues before the Covid-19 epidemic. But, the company did not ban “buzz” parties. “open-invite”Parties that were advertised via social media in 2019
Following the closure of bars and clubs all over the globe by Covid-19, Covid-19 saw an increase in undesirable parties and placed a temporary ban on the site. This was later made permanent in June 2022.
Airbnb hopes this anti-party technology could be used to their advantage “have a positive impact for the safety of our community and our goal to reduce unauthorized parties,”However, it notes that there is no perfect system. It recommends that any suspicious unauthorized parties be reported to the Neighborhood Support Line.
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