Privacy Policy

Doing R Bit is committed to preserving the privacy of all customers and website visitors 

By engaging in services with Doing R Bit you consent to the collection, use and transfer of your information, including data, under the terms of this policy. Please read the following privacy policy to understand how we use and protect the information that you provide to us. 

Who is the Data controller? 

Doing R Bit is the data controller. Doing R Bit collects data as outlined in this statement for work served to clients of Doing R Bit to deliver goods and services direct to clients. 

Who are the Data Processors? 

When Doing R Bit is commissioned to work on behalf of the clients, Doing R Bit will be the data processor working in agreement with their clients. Doing R Bit will work in accordance with this privacy policy.  

What Personal Data do we Collect? 

We collect the following personal data directly: 


Email Address 

Place of work such 

Address details  

Phone numbers 

Staff information  

Password information for accounts 



Page BreakWe collect the following personal data to tailor and measure our service through the use of monitoring using tools such as Google Analytics: 

  • IP Address 
  • User Behaviour 
  • Visitor time 
  • Device 
  • Operating system 
  • User Acquisition 
  • User Referrals 

Additional Personal Data we may indirectly through our clients: 

Clients may pass data in order for us to carry out services on their behalf. 

  • Names 
  • Addresses 
  • Staff names 
  • Job Roles 
  • Email Addresses 
  • Post code data 
  • Images 
  • Video 
  • Social media account information/engagements 
  • Email address 
  • Documentation featuring the above personal details 

For What Purposes are Personal Data Being Process and What is the Legal Basis for this? 

Doing R Bit collects and stores data in accordance with the Data Protection Act and General Data Protection Regulation. All personal information will be stored securely and will not be shared, sold or rented to any other organisations or individuals without your permission unless required to do so by law enforcement agencies. 

Doing R Bit will process data on to forms of legal basis consisting of Contracted legal basis for work undertaken for clients they work for and Consent for additional marketing and communications.  

You can opt in to be contacted with additional marketing and communications and you can unsubscribe from these additional communications at any time by contacting emailing or using the unsubscribe functionality if available.  

All of the above information will be held securely and in accordance with this privacy policy. You can request for any information we hold in relation to yourself by contacting 

Who is the Personal Data going to be shared with? 

The personal data will only be used for internal purposes for Doing R Bit to undertake work for our clients. Whilst we don’t share personal data for use by other parties without your expressed permission we do use 3rd party providers to store and process data for the delivery of our services. 

Delivery of Goods 

Personal data such as name and address maybe passed on to third party suppliers for purposes such as delivery of goods and resources. 

Will my data be transferred out of the EU and if so will it be safe? 

Doing R Bit webservers are hosted in the UK. Google services are compliant with the EU-US and US-Swiss Privacy Shield Frameworks.  

How long is my data going to be held? 

Personal data will only be held for as long as necessary for us to be able to deliver our goods and services. Data on concluded projects will be held for 2 years. We will hold financial, customer and other company information that will be required and review our business and report on finances to bodies such as HMRC and Companies House for a minimum of 6 years.  

Will I be subject to automatic decision making? 

Doing R Bit does not use currently use automated decision making. If this changes the policy will be updated.  

What rights do I have in respect of the personal data you hold about me? 

You can request a record of all the personal data that Doing R Bit holds on you. Requests by email to: 

The GDPR provides the following rights for individuals: 

  1. The right to be informed 
  1. The right of access 
  1. The right to rectification 
  1. The right to erasure 
  1. The right to restrict processing 
  1. The right to data portability 
  1. The right to object 
  1. Rights in relation to automated decision making and profiling. 

What happens if I don’t provide my information? (where personal data is obtained from the individual)  

If you do not provide personal data to Doing R Bit, Doing R Bit may not be able to deliver the requested goods and services. 

Who can I complain to if I feel my rights are being violated?  

If you are concerned that your rights have been violated, you can complain to Doing R Bit via email: Or you can contact the Information Commissioner’s Office 

I didn’t give you my personal data, so what is the source and what type of personal data are you processing? 

Data maybe provided by a client to Doing R Bit in order for Doing R Bit to deliver goods and services on behalf of the client. Doing R Bit may process personal information such as name, contact details, image and video. This will be done in accordance with the Client of Doing R Bit.  

In this role Doing R Bit is the Data Processor processing the information on behalf of the client(s) who is the Data Controller.  

Any changes to our privacy and data protection policies in the future will be posted to the online application and, where appropriate, through e-mail notification