In order for me to comply with GDPR regulations, I must clearly state that I do not collect personally identifiable information. I will never ask you for a consent to store cookies in your computer. In fact, I do not want to store any form of cookies in your computer if you visit my website. Plus, I do not use any form of analytics for gathering statistics. Content delivery networks that track your whereabouts by IP address is considered personal data and a CDN will not be used at all (a "CDN" delivers content from servers based on your geographic location). This is for your privacy protection. When it comes to security of my website, your IP address is logged; however, I won't link either a static or dynamic IP address to your ISP, unless if you cause havoc to my website (such as defacing or cause a data breach in my website via means of SQL injection attack).
However, when it comes to showing videos in my site that came from a third-party website such as YouTube or LBRY, I can only post a link to a video hosted by third party website (and even my videos that I made) and websites such as LBRY might ask you to consent to store a cookie in your computer and those websites would also use third party analytics tools that might store cookies in your computer.
So, when you visit my website, what happens on your computer, stays on your computer. In other words, I do not need all the personally identifiable information from you.