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Airbnb has banned some of the hosts from booking rooms in hotels with the company.

The site announced on Tuesday that it had banned the hotels for booking hosts under the Airbnb host category.

The ban was first reported by The Wall Street Journal.

The announcement comes after several Airbnb hosts have been accused of sexually assaulting hosts in hotels that have partnered with the site.

Airbnb says it will begin to revoke hosts’ Airbnb hostships for violating the terms of service, including a prohibition on sexually explicit content and a ban on using hosts as “front-end hosts.”

Airbnb hosts are not allowed to use Airbnb services for commercial purposes.

The company said it will also begin to terminate the hosts’ current Airbnb hostship for violating host terms of use, and that the host’s account will be removed from the service within 48 hours.

The companies announcement comes a day after the company issued a statement calling the behavior of its top hosts unacceptable.

The statement also said the company has “zero tolerance” for harassment of hosts, including the behavior described in the report by The Associated Press. “

We are also looking to take additional actions, including removing their hostships and banning hosts from participating with other Airbnb hosts.”

The statement also said the company has “zero tolerance” for harassment of hosts, including the behavior described in the report by The Associated Press.

The AP reported that hosts who are found to be violating Airbnb’s host rules are banned from the site for one year.

Airbnb has faced growing criticism over the past few months over its handling of harassment allegations against hosts.

Airbnb hosts who have been the targets of sexual assault have accused the company of failing to take action against the hosts, but the company says it has taken steps to combat sexual assault.

Airbnb said it was suspending hosts for violating Airbnb Host Policies for one month starting on April 14.

Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky, who has previously faced criticism for his handling of sexual assaults, said on Monday that the company had made improvements over the summer and would continue to do so.

Airbnb announced its plans to take steps to take down the companies “hostships” for violating its policies earlier this year.

In June, the company announced that it was adding new steps to remove the ability for hosts to be listed as “host,” a move that Airbnb says would help ensure hosts don’t get “host locked.”

Airbnb has also taken a number of other steps to improve its reputation in the wake of the AP’s report, including rolling out a host removal tool that will automatically remove hosts when they violate its terms of services, and releasing an updated report on sexual assault claims.

Airbnb also has been criticized for its response to a sexual assault complaint that surfaced in August, after it admitted that some of those hosts were responsible for an incident in December.

Airbnb was criticized by some for its failure to remove hosts for sexual assault after it had been found to have failed to act on the allegations.

Airbnb in December said that some hosts had been responsible for assaults in at least five cities in the US, but in March it said it had removed hosts for “inciting or participating in sexual assaults.”

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