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Privacy policy on my homepage

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Privacy policy on my homepage

I have a quick question about a privacy policy on my homepage. I am not quite sure at the moment if my site uses Google Fonts. Can I still include this point in my privacy policy as a precaution, or can I explicitly list only the things that are used with 100% certainty?
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Tudor Galos Mar 29, 2022

A privacy policy is usually an internal document, used to establish how personal data processing operations are handled by the organization, generic controls for the protection of personal data, and escalation paths. A privacy notice or privacy statement is something you communicate to data subjects whose data you process, as part of your transparency obligation.

In a privacy notice, you need to be very precise regarding the processing of personal data that you, as a data controller, are doing. Transparency is one of GDPR’s most important principles, as it is required in Article 5.1.a. So you need to determine whether you are using Google Fonts and then you must provide all details, including any personal data transfers to the US and the safeguards you are using to protect personal data.

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