Airbnb was held liable for engaging in deceptive practices by hiding additional fees and violating laws related to commercial practices. CPC authorities have found that Airbnb displays search results differently depending on the specificity of the search criteria. When consumers enter specific search criteria, offers are displayed on the search results page with prices per night. However, the prices presented to the consumer on the search page do not include Airbnb's mandatory service fee and local taxes collected by Airbnb at some destinations. These additional fees are only added once the consumer proceeds to the booking page, and are not disclosed upfront. This is a clear violation of Article 7(4)(c) of Directive 2005/29/EC on Unfair Commercial Practices, which requires traders to provide the total price at the moment consumers are presented with an invitation to purchase. The omission of service, cleaning, or other applicable fees or taxes that can reasonably be calculated in advance constitutes an unfair commercial practice.