Airbnb settled its lawsuit with the city of Boston on Thursday in a surprising about face, agreeing to turn over twice-monthly user data reports to the city, proactively police listings, and even audit its own enforcement efforts. The settlement followed nearly a year of allegations, injunctions, and appeals in objection to those very requirements.

It’s one of many recent moves that suggest the company is moving to put some of its litigation behind it. Airbnb settled its lawsuit against Miami on August 1, agreeing to comply with city rules requiring it to purge any illegal listings, be subject to fines for failing to follow the ordinance’s stipulations, and pay the city $380,000.