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A new website called Huntbnb lets neighbors, landlords, and other potentially disgruntled folk home in on short-term rentals that heretofore have been difficult to pinpoint. Typically Airbnb listings don't reveal the address until after you've paid up, making it challenging for landlords with a no-subleasing policy or neighbors on the warpath to sniff out the betraying parties. Just 24 hours after its launch, 4,000 would-be Gladys Kravitzes logged on. [SFGate]