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Use ONLY customized font to fulfill GDPR (EU Data Privacy Law)


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Hi,
in order to be fully compliant with GDPR, I need to have the font in my own server instead of retrieving it from Google Fonts or Adobe. Otherwise Google and Adobe can store information from my visitors, which is not GDPR-compliant.
 
However, I am not finding a way to accomplish this.
I have already uploaded the font file I want to use via Design > Custom CSS. Let’s call this font "customized font".  This customized font is overriding the default font given in the Squarespace settings. So adding a customized font to my own server is OK.

The problem is that when the page is loaded, even if the customized font is the one used for all the texts, the default font is also downloaded. That means Google and Adobe can store information from my visitors anyway, which is not GDPR-compliant.
 
I have already contacted the customer support via Chat, but unfortunately they were not very helpful and only referred to the this link (that gives me an error when I try to open it) or suggested to ask in the forum.
 
Is there any way to block the default fonts, so only the customized font is downloaded?
Or a way to choose a default font that is not from a third-party?
Does anybody know a GDPR-compliant work-around for this?
 
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