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Governor Kemp signs online third-party delivery legislation

by The 100 Companies

Recently, Governor Brian Kemp signed House Bill 528, legislation that will make it easier to end unwanted subscriptions online and protect restaurants’ intellectual property by requiring a written agreement between third-party delivery services and restaurants before the service can list a restaurant on its online platforms.

The “Georgia Online Automatic Renewal 29 Transparency Act” allows customers to cancel unnecessary subscriptions online rather than by phone.

The “Georgia Online Third-Party Delivery 171 Service Transparency Act” will prevent delivery services from arranging orders, delivering ready-to-eat food, and misusing company names, logos, and trademarks.

The law will go into effect on Jan. 1, 2024.

Stevie Seay, 360 Media, Inc.

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