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German Court Rules Websites Embedding Google Fonts Violates GDPR

A regional court in the German city of Munich has ordered a website operator to pay €100 in damages for transferring a user’s personal data — i.e., IP address — to Google via the search giant’s Fonts library without the individual’s consent.
The unauthorized disclosure of the plaintiff’s IP address by the unnamed website to Google constitutes a contravention of the user’s privacy rights, the

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