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Airbnb launches 'anti-party technology' to help hosts prevent risky bookings
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The vacation rental service announced on Tuesday, Aug. 16, that it’s introducing "anti-party technology" in the U.S. and Canada.
Airbnb said it’s launching tech-forward tools to help hosts "help identify potentially high-risk reservations and prevent those users from taking advantage of our platform," according to the company’s press release on the matter.
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Airbnb's integrated anti-party technology will analyze data points in each Airbnb user's profile to assess their party risk level.