Disclosure: Jumio Clarifies Incorrect Statement in Short-Term Rentalz article
Palo Alto, Calif. – Mar. 4, 2018 – Jumio, the leading AI-powered trusted identity as a service provider, issues a formal clarification regarding a mischaracterization about AirBnb’s adoption of Jumio Authentication in the February 14 Short-Term Rentalz article.
This article incorrectly implied that Airbnb was using Jumio’s new video-selfie authentication tool, Jumio Authentication. Airbnb is a valued Jumio customer, but they are not currently using Jumio Authentication as suggested by this media outlet.
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