A class action in a federal court alleges that Amazon Go stores violated a New York City law requiring businesses to disclose their collection of customers' biometric information.
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Amazon Faces Lawsuit Under New York City Privacy Law
Posted in: Consumer Law, Privacy
Tagged: amazon, biometrics, class action, consumer law, New York City, privacy
DoorDash Files Lawsuit Against New York City Over Law Requiring Data Sharing With Restaurants
On Wednesday, September 15, 2021, DoorDash filed a lawsuit against New York City in the U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York, concerning a law that requires delivery companies to share customer data with restaurants. The law, set to take effect in December, requires companies like DoorDash to provide restaurants fulfilling orders with customer names, phone numbers, email addresses, and delivery addresses. Customers may opt out of sharing this data.
Posted in: Constitutional Law, Privacy
Tagged: data privacy, DoorDash, New York City
New York Judge Prevents NYC From Limiting Cruising Time of Rideshare Drivers
A state court judge struck down a New York City rule that targeted Uber and Lyft in an alleged effort to reduce traffic congestion in Manhattan.
Posted in: Business and Corporate Law, Municipal Law
Tagged: New York, New York City, rideshare, uber