> Podcast: What do fonts have to do with data protection?

The jungle of legal requirements when building a website is now becoming even more dense for website operators: In a ruling dated 20 January 2022 ( Case 3 O 17493/20), the Regional Court of Munich I decided that the use of dynamic fonts without a corresponding legal basis from the GDPR can lead to a claim for damages by the data subject. Based on this ruling, research assistants Nicolas John and Justin Rennert discuss the data protection risks of integrating dynamic fonts into a website and provide an outlook on the consequences for users.

If you would like to take a closer look at the ruling and its consequences, you will find an article on this topic in DFN-Infobrief Recht 3/2022.