A ruling in the Dutch High Court means that anyone renting their property using AirBnB or similar platforms will now need a permission. https://shorttermrentalz.com/news/dutch-court-airbnb-permits/
Dutch ruling is a bit confusing to someone who hasn't followed the question.
Found some background on the AirBnB Effect: https://www.dutchnews.nl/news/2018/10/airbnb-report-reveals-amsterdam-rental-levels-and-effects-of-new-crackdown/
Dutch MPs have proposed treating home rental infringement as a fiscal
crime and cracking down on tax evasion. The government aims to create
a national registration scheme for private rentals within a year,
following concerns about illegal rentals and ‘overtourism’.
AirBnB 's explanation of rental rules: https://www.airbnb.com/help/article/860/amsterdam
There are a number of laws and other rules that apply to hosts of
holiday rentals and other kinds of short-term rentals in Amsterdam.
Renting out your property for a short period in Amsterdam can fall
under different categories:
Private holiday rentals
Bed & breakfast