Protesters display signs supporting Airbnb at a rally for short-term rentals in front of San Francisco City Hall.
San Francisco may be the birthplace of the "sharing economy," but now it's at the forefront of efforts to rein-in the revolution. The city's board of supervisors is considering new regulations on short-term apartment rentals -- and a measure that may be on San Francisco's November ballot would make it even tougher for people to use companies like Airbnb to rent out residential property. We talk with Carolyn Said of the San Francisco Chronicle, who has been following the story. Reporter: Rachael Myrow