Bye-bye Google Fonts: German Court Rules That Google Fonts Is Not in Compliance with GDPRby@zwacky
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Bye-bye Google Fonts: German Court Rules That Google Fonts Is Not in Compliance with GDPR

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German court has ruled that Google Fonts is not in compliance with GDPR. Integration of dynamic web content from US web services is illegal without the consent of the visitor. The user’s IP address is *shared* with Google. This is personally identifiable information (PII) The Munich court clearly wanted to set an example. They even mentioned the next fine will be 250,000€ for the website operator if they don’t comply with the German law. The court also mentioned that other EU countries will be all ears.

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