SAN FRANCISCO—Airbnb has announced it will cooperate with San Francisco’s housing regulations. Airbnb will be releasing information about it’s consumers to the city of San Francisco.

After a judge signified he would rule against Airbnb in the lawsuit, the home sharing company agreed to comply with the city of San Francisco’s requests.

Last year Airbnb filed a lawsuit against the city of San Francisco after the Board of Supervisors passed laws and regulations that would inflict hefty fines for illegal short-term rental agreements.

San Francisco ordered Airbnb to adhere to regulations that would require the company to limit the number of days a host can rent their home. Currently, tenants can rent their home for 365 days. Tenants renting homes are only able to rent their home for 3 months.

“We’re encourage that Airbnb appears to taking steps to meet their requirements under the law. We look forward to them coming into full compliance,” said John Cote, a spokesman for San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera.

Airbnb will generate a registration system that will include names, address, and the length of rental agreements so the San Francisco officials can better regulate illegal hosts.

On Tuesday, November 15, San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors voted rather to impose stricter proposals that would lower the rental length to 60 days.