DENISON, Texas (KTEN) — "I try to put myself in the shoes of a guest, and that's not something that I'd want to experience... having my family inside a unit that had cameras on the inside," said Justin Briscoe, an Airbnb host at Texas Tiny Cabins in Denison.

Airbnb is an online marketplace that lets users find vacation rentals.

Airbnb users can expect changes to their accommodations after the company decided to ban all indoor security cameras in rental homes.

Guests reported to Airbnb that some homes had hidden cameras in bathrooms and bedrooms.

"Not having to go through and like looking for those thinking that someone you know... is a hidden camera. I don't know if there's like audio recordings or things like that, too," said Texoman Maria Torres.

Briscoe said he's learned his lesson before with outdoor cameras on his property.

"It was an older property that had an old school camera from the 1980s set up on a fence 100 feet from the property. We did have a guest complain about that, and of course, we told them that it was not an operating camera. Even that one instance put us at risk," Briscoe said.

The policy has changed outdoor camera rules, where hosts must disclose the location, and cameras are not allowed in private outdoor areas like hot tubs.

"Our goal was to create new, clear rules that provide our community with greater clarity about what to expect on Airbnb," said Airbnb head of community policy Juniper Downs in a written statement. "These changes were made in consultation with our guests, hosts, and privacy experts."

Airbnb users can expect the new policy to start nationwide on April 30.