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Airbnb can’t dodge Aimco’s illegal sublease claims in Miami


A Florida state court judge denied Airbnb’s request to throw out Apartment Investment & Management Co’s claims under the Communications Decency Act, a federal statute that shields online service providers from lawsuits over content posted by their users. — Reuters

A Florida state court judge denied Airbnb’s request to throw out Apartment Investment & Management Co’s claims under the Communications Decency Act, a federal statute that shields online service providers from lawsuits over content posted by their users. — Reuters

Airbnb Inc, having escaped a major US landlord’s lawsuit over partying tourists at high-end Los Angeles apartments, will have to defend itself against the same allegations by the same landlord in Miami. 

A Florida state court judge on Wednesday denied Airbnb’s request to throw out Apartment Investment & Management Co’s claims under the Communications Decency Act, a federal statute that shields online service providers from lawsuits over content posted by their users. 

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