MonkeyParking, the Italian startup that was recently ordered to cease and desist by the San Francisco City Attorney, has remained defiant.
”We are not stopping any service as we know we are not illegal, so there is no reason to do it,” Paolo Dobrowolny, the company’s CEO, told Ars.
On Monday, San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera cited a city code that forbids drivers who “enter into a lease, rental agreement, or contract of any kind” for public parking spots. The violation is punishable by up to $300 in fines.
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