"We did have the opportunity to analyze what was on the SD card and there are a couple of different people on them", said Longboat Key Police Lt. Robert Bourque. The host, Wayne Natt, was charged with "video voyeurism".
'We don't know if there are local victims someone who may have been dating him or a companion that doesn't realize they are being videotaped, and then we have the other side of who he rented to through Airbnb'.
Starnes said he works in the tech world and saw a dark opening in favor of the smoke indicator. Starnes says Airbnb needs to do more to keep this type of thing from happening. The company's standards state that members should not "have undisclosed or ill-sited cameras in your listing, spy on other people, or otherwise violate others' privacy, copyrights, or trademarks". But police say the cameras can be operated remotely and they found numerous videos in the bedroom, including one of the in couple.
"My wife and I are distressed by this situation", Starnes said. Bourque said he let them know everybody gave him agree to be taped and that he conceded there are many recordings of individuals occupied with sex parties he facilitated at the home.
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