Cookie Policy (EU)


Fidenty BV, established and having its principal place of business in Amsterdam (1101HG Amsterdam) at De Entree 201, hereinafter referred to as “Fidenty BV” attaches great importance to the privacy of visitors to its website, and what the Personal Data Protection Act and the General Data Protection Regulation stipulates this. In this statement, Fidenty BV explains its policy regarding Cookies on its website

What are cookies?
Cookies are small, simple text files that are placed on your computer, tablet or mobile phone via our website when you visit our website. The cookies we use on our website do not remember personal information, such as your password, name, address or age. The cookies only remember your preferences and interests. We use cookies for various reasons. Below you can read more about the 3 different categories of cookies that Fidenty BV uses on the website

Necessary cookies
Some cookies are necessary for the functioning of our website. These cookies contribute to safe browsing and use of the functionalities of our website. This includes staying logged in while visiting the different pages of our website and your specified cookie preferences. If your browser does not accept cookies from, you will not be able to use the website and your personal environment at or will only be able to use it to a limited extent.

External cookies
We think it is important to only share information with you that is relevant. We therefore use cookies that tell something about your user profile. We do this both on our own website and on external websites. We show information that is consistent with a previous visit to our website. For example, have you looked at the about page on our website? You may then see an advertisement on an external website that refers to this page. We use the following external cookies on our website: Google+ (Google+) (LinkedIn).

You can easily share content from our website via your own account via special buttons on these channels. An example is Facebook’s ‘Like button’ and linking those preferences to visits to other websites. This is made possible through the use of cookies. More information about the data that these social media channels obtain can be found on the websites of the above-mentioned parties.

Overview of cookies
We strive to keep this overview as up to date as possible. The overview was last updated on 23-11-2023.

How can you block or delete cookies?
Would you rather not have place cookies? You can then block or delete these cookies yourself via the privacy settings of your browser. This may cause the website to work less quickly or not function at all. See the explanation above under “necessary cookies”.

Block cookies
Do you want to prevent new cookies from being placed? Then block the possibility of cookies being stored on your computer, tablet or mobile. There are various options to block cookies. You can block all cookies, block a specific type of cookie or block cookies from certain websites. You can do this yourself via the privacy settings of your browser. When blocking cookies, all cookies that were already present on your computer, tablet or mobile phone remain. In addition to blocking, it is therefore better to also delete all your already placed cookies, for example using HitmanPro or MalwareBytes.

Delete cookies
Do you want to delete all cookies on your computer? Which can. Please note that removing cookies will reduce your user experience when you visit websites. Certain settings are no longer saved, and you may miss out on relevant offers. After each internet visit, cookies will be stored on your computer, tablet or mobile phone. Unless you have blocked the placement of new cookies. The settings to delete cookies can be found in the toolbar of your browser. Read more on the websites of the browsers Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox or GoogleChrome. Do you use Safari? Then cookies from advertisers are blocked by default. You can change this setting by clicking on the settings symbol at the top right. Then go to ‘Preferences’, tab ‘Privacy’.