Airbnb Apologizes for San Francisco Ad

    Airbnb launched an ad campaign this week that made suggestions about how San Francisco could spend the $12 million in hotel taxes Airbnb pays each year. According to CNNMoney, one example was to keep public libraries open later.

    Many took to social media to complain about how presumptuous and passive-aggressive they found the ads. Now, Christopher Nulty, spokesman for Airbnb, has announced that the ads would be removed, and apologized for setting the wrong tone.

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