jeudi 23 octobre 2014

Airbnb condamné : la fin des "disrupteurs" ?

A state government report into Airbnb’s home letting service in New York called for more regulation of the sharing economy, after finding that 72% of its listings in the city were illegal and broke one code or another. It also found a notable concentration of multiple properties let by the same individuals; 6% of landlords took 37% of the revenue. (The Economist)
L'économie traditionnelle aurait-elle trouvé le point faible des pirates du "digital" ? Justement, que ce sont des pirates ?

(Dans la même série. Le Financial Times titre : TV’s big guns take on the disrupters, New streaming services from HBO and CBS show how the networks are fighting back.)