terms of use & privacy policy


Last Updated on FEBRUARY 16, 2019

By using our website, you agree to the following Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.


General Information

This website is owned and operated (as of now) by Ceejoy. Finncock is an art project that started and currently operates under Ceejoy but which will become its own separate business entity in the near future. When that happens we will make changes to our terms of use and inform visitors and subscribers of these changes. Ceejoy’s physical address is: Wallininkatu 5 C 79, 00530 Helsinki, Finland. VAT: 2763292-1 

Due to the sexually explicit nature of Finncock website, you must be of legal age to use the website. If you are not at least 18 years of age, please do not use our website or sign up to our newsletter. 

Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy are subject to changes. When changes are made we will update the policies on our website and urge you to review them in a timely manner. By using our website, you hereby consent to our  Privacy Policy and Terms of Use. If you have any questions about our Terms of Use or our Privacy Policy, contact us by email at: finncock@finncock.com


Privacy Policy

We have utmost respect for your privacy. Our privacy policy explains in a more detailed manner how we collect, use, share, and protect the personal information you give us, as well as your rights to this information. By continuing the use of our website and/or remaining a subscriber to our newsletter, having business interactions with us or by contacting us, you agree to these policies.


What kind of data we collect?

The data we collect includes names, email addresses, shipping addresses, possible phone numbers, provided by you to us either through our website, email correspondence or social media messaging.


From whom do we collect it? 

We collect information from our website users, newsletter subscribers and customers. You provide this information voluntarily so we can keep you up to date on any news and offerings by Finncock. You give us this information upon subscribing to our newsletter or by contacting us via email, and by doing so you consent to the collecting and processing of your data. 

If you are a customer purchasing an artwork, we collect your name, shipping address, email address and a possible telephone number and a record of your purchase and payment for bookkeeping purposes. You consent to our use and processing of this information by purchasing from us.

We may also collect and process information you provide to us via social media pages (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or other). If you are a follower on any social media platform, we may also view your social media profile. The information we view may include your name, username, location, age, gender, profile picture and any public information you have made available on your social media profile. We do not store any of this data but we may view it to better understand and serve our audience. If you do not want us to see this information, please change your social media privacy settings.

Servers automatically collect certain type of information upon accessing websites and our website is no different. This information may include your IP address, browser type, dates and times you visit the website and any specific pages you view. If you use a mobile device, servers may collect your device name, type, your country of origin and other interactions in relation to our website.

You have no obligation to give us any of your data but understand that by not agreeing to the collecting and processing of your data it may prevent us from offering you services and products, adding you to our subscriber list, block you from making a purchase or deny access to our website partially or at whole.


How do we use your data?

a)    to deliver products/services you have chosen to purchase

b)    to correspond with you about your specific needs or respond to your questions

c)    to create and send you invoices for products/services you wish to purchase

d)    to send you receipts of your purchase & letters of authenticity regarding artworks via mail

e)    to inform you about new Finncock products, events and offerings

f)    to let you know about privacy policy changes and/or changes to our Terms of Use so you can make informed decisions about the use of our website and the use of your information

g)    to deliver you our newsletter

h)    to share information about Finncock, our website, our company and/or our services

i)    to interact with you via social media

j)    to administer possible contests and/or giveaways 

k)    to ask feedback by requesting you to fill a survey related to our products and/or services and how they correspond to your needs/views/wishes (in such cases we will use a GDPR compliant processor partner)

l)    to collect anonymous statistical data about the use of our website to better respond to your interests

m)    to comply with law enforcements if necessary

n)    to perform tasks that we are obligated to perform by law (for example: bookkeeping)

o)    to protect our intellectual property rights, our company (Ceejoy), Finncock’s personal safety, mistreatment and/or misuse of our imagery, personal harassment or any comparable act threatening the safety of our business or the person(s) working in our business


Data Storing and Processing

Most of your data is stored in a third party platforms protected by GDPR compliant security measures. If we handle any information in-house, we do so by the following methods and reasons: a) to fulfill, process and deliver you the goods you wish to purchase, b) to enter your information into third party platform we use to run our business functions (such as invoicing, email delivery, website signups).


Newsletter Privacy

When you sign up to Finncock newsletter, the email you provide is automatically stored by Squarespace, a platform we use when creating and sending out newsletters. Should you object to your information being stored by Squarespace upon registering for our newsletter, and/or it being stored by said party you should refrain from subscribing to our newsletter. Note that upon denying the collecting and storage of your data in the manner described above, we cannot provide you our newsletter or send you emails about Finncock related news and offerings.


Buyer Information

If you are an art collector buying Finncock art, we need to process and keep record of your personal data in order to comply with our company’s legal business obligations. This may includes gathering your name, address, email address and possible phone number, the value of your purchase and the payment method/receipt of your payment. We collect this data a) in order to create invoices, b) to deliver the goods and services to you, c) to comply with the law (collecting and transferring data to the hands of our bookkeepers in order to fulfill our duties to tax authorities).

To receive payments for goods and services, we use a third party payment processor, PayPal. When it comes to future Finncock Membership Programs, the payments are securely processed by Stripe. In order to know how PayPal and Stripe uses and protects your financial data, you should review their respective policies. 

In addition, we use a Finnish web service tilauskone.com to create our invoices and referral receipts at the current moment (even in the case of you making your payment via PayPal). This means that whenever you purchase a Finncock art piece and/or product that is not listed in the store but on other areas of the website (artworks) we will be creating an invoice for bookkeeping purposes that we also send you. We do this in order to comply with law. The information we insert into this platform includes your name, email, shipping address and possible phone number in addition to the value of the item you are purchasing. This information will be stored within the invoicing application that holds record of your data (for easy future invoicing), your current and past invoice(s) and your possible future payments (should you be paying in installments). In order to comply with the law, in addition to the previous, we also share our invoices and receipts of your PayPal or Stripe payment(s) or payments made in any other way with a bookkeeping company we have partnered with (LemonTree Oy, www.lemontree.fi).


Sharing of your information with third parties

In some cases we may share your information with third parties. If we do, we do so in order

a) to take orders for goods and services and to deliver those goods and services to you

b) to administer our website

c) to make a contract with you (commissioned artworks or possible membership subscription that may become part of the Finncock service model)

d) to market our goods and services

e) to communicate with you 

f) to run our business by complying with existing and binding laws

g) to manage invoice creation, email delivery, customer service or hosting services

h) to run and manage possible advertisements on social media

i) to protect our company & our intellectual property rights 

j) to assist and comply with law enforcements or other legal obligation


Currently we share or store your information with the following third parties:


  • invoicing program in the web (cloud)

  • with this program we create invoices, print out referrals, manage customer registry, and follow and manage the situation with client payments

  • the information contained in the cloud is protected and stored as safely as any of your online bank transactions



  • when you sign up to a newsletter, your email is stored at Squarespace servers

  • information contained therein is located at servers in the U.S.

  • we also use Google Analytics to analyze the performance of our website

  • Google protects information with multi-layered state-of-the-art technical and organizational safeguards, dedicated security and privacy teams that are reviewed annually by third-party auditors

  • Google uses leading technologies like HTTPS and TLS

  • In addition with international data transfers Google uses Privacy Shield and EU approved Model Contract Clauses in compliance with GDPR.

  • the host and platform on which we administer and maintain our website www.finncock.com

  • we receive our newsletter subscriptions and contact emails through the site managed by Squarespace

  • Squarespace uses Privacy Shield and standard data protection clauses to protect information



  • bookkeeping company we have partnered with

  • they receive details in our invoices (your name, address, email, possible phone number and the details of the purchase)

  • in the future we may use our bookkeeper’s respective LemonAid application to deliver the materials but as of now we deliver the materials to them in a digital form via secure links

  • information contained at our bookkeeper’s is located at the servers in EU/ETA/USA, the systems are protected by legitimate security measures and in the case of US, also through Privacy Shield between the EU and the U.S.



Finncock website includes hyperlinks to free Finncock videos currently hosted exclusively on PornHub (xxx videos) and YouTube (promotional videos). In the future the website will also include links to a print shop hosted on another platform (open edition art prints) and online music stores (iTunes, Spotify, GooglePlay, Amazon etc) where Finncock music is sold. These platforms are not controlled by us and therefore we are not responsible for any damage you may suffer as a result of using these websites or hyperlinks. We encourage you to get familiar with the policies of these third-party video viewing platforms in order to know how they may use your data. 


Cookies, tracking technologies and web beacons

Our website uses cookies (small text files that move from your computer to servers) to make your experience on our website run smoother. We may also use cookies to analyze the performance of our website. If you wish to disable cookies, you may do so by changing the settings on your own internet browser but be aware that this may affect the functionality or your ability to use our website. By continuing to use our website and not disabling cookies, you hereby consent to our use of cookies. 

When you opt for Finncock Newsletter, our future email delivery provider MailChimp will also be using cookies, tracking technologies and web beacons. For example, MailChimp use web beacons in the emails they send to you on our behalf. These web beacons track certain behavior such as whether the email sent was delivered and opened and whether links within the email were clicked. They also allow MailChimp to collect information such as the recipient’s IP address, browser, email client type and other similar details. They use this information to measure the performance of our email campaigns, and to provide analytics information and enhance the effectiveness of their services.

We work together with third party analytic companies, including Squarespace, Google Analytics, and in the future, MailChimp. In addition, our website may include links to Finncock social media profiles on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, PornHub and other websites. All of these companies and platforms may also use cookies and tracking technologies to analyze the use of our website or the viewing of our content on their platforms. We do not transfer your personal information to these third parties but you must consent to the collection and use of your data if you wish to continue the use of our website. We also encourage you to review the policies of these companies and contact them directly if you have any question regarding the use of your data.


In-house Data Processing

We rarely process any of your information in-house as we give it to third party processors. In most situations we need to hand your information to a third party processor due to not having the tools or ability to perform the tasks ourselves (like when you make a payment using PayPal or when you sign up to a newsletter). On occasion we may process your data internally. We may do it in order to perform a task linked to your interaction with us (for example transferring data linked to your purchase to invoicing program, or a receipt of these invoices and receipts of your payment to our bookkeepers at Lemon Tree Oy, or to simply reply to your inquiry by email). Our purpose in such situations is to administer, maintain and improve our website and to provide you with goods/services. We may also do so in order to make a contract with you (for example if you commission an artwork) or to keep records of our transactions and interactions in order to comply with legal obligations and to protect the rights of our company.

We may process the following data: 

a)    your name, address, email address and information of your payment for our bookkeepers

b)    information about your use of our website (IP address, geographical location, how long you stayed on our website and what you viewed)  

c)    information you provide us in the course of using our services or communicating with us, including the purchase of our goods and services

d)    Information you provide when you subscribe to our newsletter (your email address)

e)    Information you may submit to us via correspondence, such as when you email us with questions

f)     processing and saving contracts between our company and our client (contracts for commissioned artworks); these documents are stored safely in a locked space until they are no longer needed

g)    other information identified in this policy, for the purpose of complying with our legal obligations.


Transferring your data outside of the EU & European Economic Area

Ceejoy is located in Europe (Helsinki, Finland) but our website is hosted by servers located in the United States. If you reside in the European Union, some of your data will be transferred internationally to servers located in the United States. In addition, some of the materials we collect and transfer in the hands in the company that handles our bookkeeping may host your information either within the EU, EEA or the U.S. Transfers will be protected by Privacy Shield, standard data protection clauses and we make sure the partners who store your information and work with us are compliant to the standards of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).


Our principles of Data Retention

We keep your personal data as long as it is needed to conduct business transactions and/or a business relationship with you and/or to comply with legal obligations, or until you ask us to delete it. You may request that we delete your data entirely but note that this will result to termination of any of the services you have opted to receive from us. Therefore your access to those services will be revoked. In addition, note that we do not control the retention policies of third parties. If you wish third parties to delete your data, you need to contact them directly. You may request a list of all third parties to whom we have given your data. Please note that your rights to your data (and the deletion of it) may be restricted or nullified if they conflict our business obligations or the law. In addition, upon wishing to delete your data, we reserve the right to request proof of your identity before taking any action. You are entitled to ask us for your data free of charge, but in case you ask us to perform such actions repeatedly and by doing so cause us undue burden, we may charge a fee for these actions.



We use widely recognized, secure and trusted online payment systems and implement generally accepted standards of security to protect your data, and maintain relations with business who comply with GDPR. We, however, recognize that no security measure is entirely flawless and no method of data transfer can be guaranteed complete security. By consenting to this Privacy Policy, you acknowledge that your personal data may leak, should there be a breach within the security systems. We cannot prevent the use or misuse of your data by other parties. However we will notify you swiftly of any known breach of security that might put your data at any serious risk.


Your rights to your own data

You have the right to update and change information you have given us. To update or to delete your information, please contact us at finncock@finncock.com

You have the right to request what data we hold about you, how we process it and if we deliver it to third party processors, and for what purposes. We will supply you with copies of your personal data unless doing so would affect the rights and freedoms of others. 

You have the right to change your consent and deny us the use of your information. In such cases, we may require you to end your interaction, business relationship and/or subscription to our newsletter, and you may not have access to our website. 

You have the right to request that we gather and transfer your data to another controller, unless doing so would cause us an undue burden.

You have the right to request that we delete all your data and we must delete such data without undue delay.  There are exceptions, such as when keeping your data is required by law, required for a legal obligation, or is necessary for the exercise or defense of legal claims. 

If you sign up for a Finncock Newsletter, you give us information in exchange for information and marketing materials about our goods and services. This information includes, but is not limited to, your email. You may opt out of receiving future email correspondence from us either by clicking ’unsubscribe’ in any of the newsletters we may send you, or by contacting us directly at: finncock@finncock.com

You may, in some circumstances restrict the processing of your data. In addition, you may opt out of any processing of your data altogether. However, note that doing so may result in the termination of your relationship with us and you will no longer have access to our website.

You have the right to complain to a supervising authority if you believe we are misusing your data or have violated any of your rights under this Privacy Policy or applicable law.

If any part of these Terms of Use and Privacy Policy is deemed unlawful and/or unenforceable, all other provisions contained herein will remain in full force and effect.

The information contained in Terms of Use and Privacy Policy is the entire agreement between site users and our company relating to the use of this website. These Term of Use and Privacy Policy are governed in accordance with the Finnish law. Any legal dispute arising out of or related to the information contained herein will be dealt in the Finnish court.



Finncock website is explicit and contains artistic adult content but it can be viewed (by some people) as pornographic. If you do not wish to see such content, please do not visit our website. Finncock art (including all works be they photography, paintings, writings, sound works or any other) are created for entertainment and aesthetic purposes only. 

Finncock, the sexual energy artist may engage in explicit sexual acts and use explicit language on the site. In addition what he may do within the realm of his sexual energy art, his visual or sound artworks or his erotic or xxx videos is partly reality and partly fantasy. 

Finncock does not support unsafe sex, violence or any other action comparable to such, and you should not model your own sexual behavior based on any of the creative works that he may present to you in order to provoke discussion, interest or arousal. 

While we hope you enjoy the content, we are not responsible for any personal physical harm or damage that may be occur to you while viewing the materials and/or engaging in possible sexual acts.

The content on this site is not meant for children. We ask you to use discretion when viewing this material if you have under age children. We have placed a cover page on our website with a warning of the explicit content within the main area. By proceeding to the main area of the website you consent to viewing the material therein.

We do not knowingly take personal data from anyone under the age of 18. If you are not of legal age, please do not access our website or related services. If you come to know that we have collected data of anyone under the age of 18 (as we cannot know a person’s age based on anonymous email address) please contact us at: finncock@finncock.com and we will delete such data immediately.


Intellectual Property Disclaimer

All material on Finncock website, be it photography, visual art, design elements, logos, other graphics, sound files, text, video material and/or trademarks, currently or in the future, are intellectual property of Ceejoy. The use of our intellectual property is forbidden and illegal. Therefore you may not use, reproduce or modify any content on our website, either in whole or in part. If you do you can be held accountable in a court of law, including the possibility of us asking financial compensation for damages your misuse may have reciprocated. 


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