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Next time you stay in vacation rental, you may want to check the room for hidden neighbors. A couple said they found hidden cameras inside a San Diego Airbnb and have filed a lawsuit against the homeowner.

San Diego County was the second most visited location in California this summer, with Airbnb hosts earning a combined $112 million in supplemental income and welcoming approximately 482,400 guests from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day.

According to Airbnb, San Diego hosts welcomed approximately 482,400 guests to their rentals over this past summer (via @SDbusiness ).

According to @Airbnb, the top neighborhoods for Airbnb guests in San Diego this oast summer were PB, Mission Beach, East Village, North Park, and OB (via @SDbusiness ).

From Memorial Day to Labor Day 2019, San Diego County was the second most visited location in California, according to new stats from Airbnb (via @SDbusiness ).

San Diego County was the second-most popular destination in the state this summer for travelers using the short-term vacation rental platform Airbnb

San Diego County was the second-most popular destination in the state this summer for travelers using the short-term vacation rental platform Airbnb

San Diego County was the second-most popular destination in the state this summer for travelers using the short-term vacation rental platform Airbnb, the company announced Monday.​

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Looking to visit San Diego and stay in an Airbnb? That may all come to an end if Assembly Bill 1731 gets signed into law. It would prohibit renting a property for less then 30 days at a time in the county of San Diego. MM

In the past five months alone, Airbnb has spent nearly $1 million to overturn regulations in San Diego and has sued Boston, Miami, and Palm Beach County over local ordinances that require Airbnb to collect taxes or remove illegal listings

Raft of regulations across U.S. aim to rein in Airbnb -- but explosive growth of short-term rentals continues. New restrictions backed by hotel industry trigger backlash in San Diego and elsewhere. In-depth story:

Lyft users in Seattle, Denver, and San Diego, get a bonus for signing up to host w/ @Airbnb :

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A San Diego woman renting rooms through AirBnB was just fined $25,000:

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San Diego woman fined $25,000 for operating an AirBnB without a permit:

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San Diego woman gets $25,000 fine for operating an AirBnB listing

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