Cookie Statement

We make use of various types of cookies on our website

In this Cookie Statement we explain what cookies are, which cookies are used on the BeStacking website, what they do, how you can refuse or allow cookies and how you can contact us.

This Cookie Statement may be revised, for example if we start using other cookies or if the relevant legislation changes. We will inform you about substantial changes.

1.What are cookies?

Cookies are tiny (text) files that are placed on your computer, tablet, smartphone or other electronic device (hereinafter “computer”) when you visit a web page.

When a cookie is on your computer your computer can be recognised and information can be collected. This information might include: the IP address, data about surfing habits, such as first, next and current visit, the specific web pages you have visited, the manner in which the website is navigated, the device you use and your settings. For further information, also see the cookie tables.

Cookies are valid for a certain period after they are placed on a computer. After the period of validity lapses the cookie is removed by the browser.
The period of validity of certain cookies is just as long as the duration of the browser session, but there are cookies that are valid for longer, so that they can also be read during a following visit to our website.

Cookies can be placed by BeStacking as well as by third parties. Insofar as we collect personal data about you, we process these in accordance with our Privacy Statement.

2.Cookies on our website

The following cookies are placed via our website:

  • functional (essential) cookies
  • analytical cookies
  • social media cookies 
  • tracking cookies

Per category of cookies a table has been drawn up giving the following information:

  • Name of the cookie
  • Objective and function
  • Information saved
  • Retention term
  • First/third party cookie
  • Further information
  • Consent is/is not required for cookie

The weblinks to these cookie tables are given per category below.

3.What do cookies do?

3.1 Functional (essential) cookies

We use functional cookies. These are essential for the proper layout of and navigation of the website and for us to remember whether cookies have been allowed or refused. These are our own cookies, and can only be read out by duly authorised employees of BeStacking. The data we collect via these cookies are not shared with third parties, except where there is a legal obligation for us to do so.

Because functional cookies are essential for using the website, they may be placed without consent.

3.2 Analytical cookies

Analytical cookies record how visitors use our website. This information allows us to analyse the use of our website and generate anonymous user statistics and reports. We use this knowledge to improve our marketing activities and also the quality, effectivity and user-friendliness of our website.

To do this we use the Google Analytics service. As the provider of this service, Google Inc. (Google) places analytical cookies via our website.

In line with the manual of the Dutch Data Protection Agency (Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens), we have set the Google Analytics cookies to ‘privacy friendly’. The means that your IP address is partly masked and the option for sharing data is disabled. This way these cookies only have a slight impact on your privacy, and they can therefore be placed without consent.

Google offers the option of disabling data collection within the framework of Google Analytics, by means of the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on. We are not responsible for Google’s privacy and/or cookie policy. 

3.3 Social media cookies 

Via social media buttons, we may give visitors to our website the opportunity to share content within various social media networks via the AddThis service. The provider of the AddThis option is Oracle Corporation. 

This provider can place social media cookies on your computer when you visit our website, but only if you have given permission for cookies to be placed. If you do not allow these cookies, it is not possible to share web pages easily via social media.

AddThis can use these cookies and the information collected through them for its own purposes. Please refer to the AddThis privacy policy in this regard.

If, after you have clicked on a social media button, you are forwarded to a website of a social media provider, such as Facebook or LinkedIn, it is possible that these social media providers place cookies from their own website.

The social media button of YouTube makes it possible for you to watch videos placed on our website. YouTube will place cookies, but only if you have given permission by consenting to the placement of social media cookies.

We have no say regarding the social media cookies, the data that is collected with these cookies and the objectives for which the social media providers use the cookies. We recommend that you consult the relevant privacy and cookie statements of the social media providers for this information.

In view of the afore-going, we cannot accept responsibility or liability for social media cookies or for how AddThis and the relevant social media providers deal with the collected information.

3.4 Tracking cookies

With your permission we place tracking cookies on your computer. These cookies allow us to follow your surfing behaviour on our website and deduce from this what you are interested in.

4.Allowing, refusing and removing cookies

Cookies that require your permission are only placed on your computer if you have consented to this by clicking on the allow button in the cookie banner that appears during your first visit to our website.

You can use the cookies settings tool  if there are certain types of cookies that you do not wish to receive, if you want to change the cookie settings, or if you wish to retract your permission at a later stage. To record the choice you have made, we will have to place a cookie though. You must record your choice in every browser and computer, since we are unable to transfer your settings to other browsers and computers you use.

Moreover, you can manage your cookies by means of your browser settings. You can set the settings in your browser in such a way that no cookies are stored, that you can allow or refuse every cookie, or that all cookies are removed when you close your browser. You will find a useful step-by-step plan for managing cookies on the website of the consumers’ association Consumentenbond.

Cookies are placed on every computer with which you visit websites. If you wish not to receive any cookies whatsoever anymore, you must change the settings on all the computers you use. Please note: if you refuse or remove cookies this could also have an effect on the functional cookies. It could limit your possibilities for using our website or components of our website


The website is managed by BeStacking B.V.

BeStacking B.V.
Calligrafiestraat 20
7665 AZ  Albergen (NL)
Chamber of Commerce number: 88130967