San Francisco Website Privacy Policy

This is the privacy policy of the website (“Website”). In this document we will provide information about our website and how we treat your information.

The service provider of the website is San Francisco Ltd, (Business ID 2296311-5, “Service Provider”).

If you do not accept this Privacy Policy, do not use the website.

1. Website Owner

The owner of the Website is:
San Francisco Ltd (Business ID 2296311-5)
Eerikinkatu 28
FI-00180 Helsinki

2. Cookies

In order to monitor and enable the use of the Website, the Website may from time to time install “cookies” on the user’s browser. The cookies are used to collect some of the information specified in this Privacy Policy for reasons specified in this Privacy Policy. In addition, Service Provider uses the information collected by cookies to monitor the amount of visitors and pageviews of the Website and to determine the browser types used to access the Website. The Service Provider may also used third party partners (such as Google Analytics and Hubspot) to analyze this data.
For additional information on cookies, please access

3. Our Cookies

We use session cookies which expire once you close your web browser. In addition, we use persistent cookies which stay on your device for a set period of time or until you delete them. The cookies we use on our website may be classified as essential cookies, performance cookies and functional cookies.

Some cookies are necessary to allow us to operate the Website as you have requested. For example, they let us recognise what type of subscriber you are and then provide you with services accordingly.

We use Performance cookies to analyse how the Service is accessed or used by our users or how it is performing. These cookies do not collect identifiable information on the users, but are anonymous and are only used to improve the functioning of the website.

Our website uses Google Analytics cookies. The information collected by these cookies are transmitted and stored on Google servers, which may create copies of the information on servers that reside outside the EU. Read more on Google’s privacy policies and Google Analytics:

These cookies let us operate certain functions of the Service in line with the choices you make (such as your name).

Third Party
Our website may include buttons that make it easier for you to share information on third party websites. If you choose any of these buttons, a cookie for the service you chose may be installed on your computer (e.g. Twitter and Facebook). The Service Provider does not control or maintain these third party services. You may ask for additional information on these cookies on the third party website.

Our website may accept the third party cookies installed by the services mentioned on our website. These may be e.g. advertisements shown via Facebook or Google.

4. Controlling Cookies

The majority of web browsers accept cookies, but you can usually modify your browser settings to prevent the installation of new cookies, delete existing cookies or to prevent new cookies from being installed without your express consent for each cookie.

If you want your browser to prevent the use of cookies, set your browser settings in accordance with the instructions supplied by the author of your browser (usually either the Help, Tools, or the Edit menu). For more detailed instructions, please visit

If you disable the saving of cookies or disable them altogether, some of our website functions may not work. Removing or disabling a class of cookies does not remove those cookies from your browser; you must do it yourself manually through your browser.

5. Changes

We announce the changes to our Privacy Policy here. We may also highlight the changes on the Website.