During a visit to Paris today for a tour of the Station F startup campus, Airbnb CTO and cofounder Nathan Blecharczyk said he is optimistic about the company’s relationship with its number one city. He said the company wants to find ways to reach amicable settlements and compromises as issues emerge over time. He pointed to an announcement last week made by Airbnb that it would take charge of using its platform to enforce Paris’ home-sharing rules that allow residents to share their home on Airbnb up to 120 days a year without having to register with the city. “We continue to work with the city on issues that are important to them,” he said. “This is an example of our willingness to work with cities and customize our approach and take responsibility for our impact.” Get the full story at VentureBeat Read also "Airbnb announces travel partnership with France’s Station F startup campus" VentureBeat