This merits its own thread. Today, @konacoconutz mentioned that she thought, perhaps, indoor cameras were forbidden under the current AirBNB TOS, so I went to search. Didn’t find any mention of surveillance or cameras, but did find this:
“If you are a Guest, you understand and agree that Airbnb may make a claim under your homeowner’s, renter’s or other insurance policy related to any damage or loss that you may have caused or been responsible for or to an Accommodation or any personal or other property located at an Accommodation (including without limitation amounts paid by Airbnb under the Airbnb Host Guarantee). You agree to cooperate with and assist Airbnb in good faith, and to provide Airbnb with such information as may be reasonably requested by Airbnb, in order to make a claim under your homeowner’s, renter’s or other insurance policy, including, but not limited to, executing documents and taking such further acts as Airbnb may reasonably request to assist Airbnb in accomplishing the foregoing.”
Has anyone ever heard of AirBNB going after a guest’s insurance company to pay for damages?