Amid reports that some Airbnb guests have found surveillance cameras hidden in their rooms, the vacation rental company is tackling privacy issues, CBS News reports. Airbnb told the network it "takes privacy extremely seriously and there is absolutely no place in our community for this kind of behavior."
- A Washington woman who found a mobile phone under the bathroom sink in her Switzerland rental, and a computer tablet also recording.
- A filmmaker who said he discovered a camera disguised as a motion detector at an Airbnb listing.
- An Indiana couple who reported finding a camera in a smoke detector in the bedroom at their Airbnb unit in Florida.
- A German tourist who turned up a hidden, remote-controlled camera at a property in California.
Airbnb says hosts must tell guests in advance if they have cameras on the property. It says cameras are never allowed in bathrooms or bedrooms.