As explained by CPW’s Kyle Fath, “[o]n July 29, the New York City Council passed Int. No. 2311, which amended the New York City Administrative Code to address customer data collected by delivery applications from online orders. The bill became law Aug. 29 and will come into effect after 120 days, on Dec. 27. Through the amendment, New York City essentially mandated a redistribution of commercial assets in favor of one type of business over another and introduced city-level privacy legislation.”

You can read his deep-dive analysis of this development here.