We advised a couple of weeks ago that the NYC City Council had adopted a 15% cap on third-party delivery fees, and shortly after the ink on that ordinance dried, DoorDash and other third-party delivery firms challenged the ordinance in court. While that challenge is pending, DoorDash also filed a separate suit this week, challenging a different ordinance that was passed back in late July that requires delivery companies to share data collected on their customers, up to and including names, addresses, phone numbers and order specifics to any restaurant that requests it. Customers can opt-out and maintain their privacy, but they must do so for each individual order. In this latest lawsuit, DoorDash contends that the ordinance is an unconstitutional intrusion by the city and violates customer privacy rights.