Miami-Dade pone sobre la mesa la regulación de las apps de reparto de comida entre preocupaciones por la privacidad

App-based food delivery services operating in Miami-Dade could soon face new regulations — and up to $10,000 in daily fines — under a proposed ordinance being considered by the County Commission.

Proponents like Commissioner Kionne McGhee, the measure’s sponsor, and the Digital Restaurant Association (DRA) say it will improve communication between restaurants and customers while bringing much-needed transparency and accountability to the companies linking them.

Its detractors, including the tech-focused and tech-funded Chamber of Progress, warn it will expose people’s private information without their consent and invite unwanted contact.

El proposed ordinance, which cleared an introductory reading June 21 by an

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