GDPR Google Fonts
Since May 25, 2018, the GDPR has come into force after a two-year transitional period. Almost all WordPress themes (templates) or websites with other content management systems use Google Fonts when displaying their content.
While those fonts look really nice and enhance the overall look and feel for the website users Google receives the IP-address for each and every visitor of your page, which should not be neccessary.
To be compliant with the GDPR, Google Fonts should be integrated in such a way, that the font is served locally. This is also recommended by various lawyers and hosters, who have dealt intensively with this topic. For this reason, we have developed a plugin, which will do this automatically for you. It’s that easy! We promise!