Today I learned about a drop-in replacement for Google Fonts: Bunny Fonts.
I've been using Google Fonts in some small side projects, because it was an easy way back in the days to sprinkle your website with a fancy font here and there. But it turns out (surprise?) that using Google Fonts induces Google tracking on your visitors and for example violates GDPR. Time to ditch yet another Google dependency.
Of course, you can self-host the necessary files as a workaround, but there is also a drop-in replacement: Bunny Fonts.
For example, on it's your unbirthday, where I use three custom fonts, I just had to replace
<link href="https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Alegreya|Caveat|Oswald" rel="stylesheet">
<link href="https://fonts.bunny.net/css?family=Alegreya|Caveat|Oswald" rel="stylesheet">