New York City agreed not to enforce a new law requiring food-delivery services to share customer information with restaurants while a legal challenge from DoorDash Inc. plays out in court.
On Monday, the city said in a filing in Manhattan federal court that it would put the law on hold until the suit DoorDash filed last month is resolved. The company said it was withdrawing its request for an order blocking enforcement of the law.
DoorDash claims the law, which requires delivery companies to share with requesting restaurants the names, phone numbers and email addresses of customers who’ve ordered their food, violates its customers’ privacy.
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