If you are using Google Fonts embedded on your site, the Google server needs to collect the IP addresses of your website users to send them the Google Font file.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the first and also toughest electronic privacy law in the world. According to GDPR, IP addresses are considered personally identifiable information (PII). The Google server records and may track user behavior on your website, which would breach the GDPR law.
In January 2022 the German Court has declared that Google Fonts ! is not ! GDPR/DSGVO compliant and it is not allowed to user Google Fonts. This impact is high critical for German users of this application.
Workaround: Store Google Fonts local (CSS) and disable loading fonts from google.
Suggestion: Disable permanent loading fonts