A few months after it narrowly dodged a more prohibitive ballot initiative in its home city of San Francisco, Airbnb is finally making moves to comply with the city’s urging to create a comprehensive and trackable registry of hosts. According to Bloomberg, which cited a letter by Airbnb public policy manager Patrick Hannan, the company will be sending out very frequent messages — through both email and traditional snail-mail– urging its hosts to register with the City of San Francisco. The company will also host registry-focus community events, informing hosts of the registry as well as mandatory quarterly reporting of stays. All…

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