2 February

Google Fonts and what constitutes personal data

I have yesterday written a brief response to the judgment handed down from Landgericht Muenchen regarding the legality of the use of Google Fonts under the GDPR, the issue being the finding that use of Google Fonts on its own constitutes a data breach that needs to be fine (in this case €100, but going to €250,000 for future contraventions).

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31 January

The Google Fonts judgment

So the Landgericht Muenchen today handed down what could be an important judgement, because (a) it seems to be doubling up on Schrems, (b) is from a not unimportant court in Germany (Laender level), and (c) suggests a somewhat limited understanding of the technology of Internet within the judiciary.

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