Privacy Policy

Last Updated: 06 November 2023

DoThings Ltd (“us”, “we”, or “our”) operates (hereinafter referred to as “DoThings”).

Our Privacy Policy governs your visit to, and explains how we collect, safeguard and disclose information that results from your use of our Service. 

We use your data to provide and improve our services. By using our service, you agree to the collection and use of information in accordance with this policy. 


  • “Service” or "Services" refers to the website at managed by DoThings. 

  • “Personal Data” pertains to information about a living person that can identify them, either from that data alone or combined with other data we may have.

  • “Usage Data” refers to information collected automatically from the use or interaction with the Service or its infrastructure (like the time spent on a page).

  • “Cookies” are tiny files saved on your device, be it a computer or mobile.

  • “Data Controller” is an entity, either individual or organization, that decides how and why personal data is processed. In the context of this Privacy Policy, we act as the Data Controller for your information.

  • “Data Processors” are entities that handle data on behalf of the Data Controller. We may employ various Service Providers to better handle your information.

  • “Data Subject" denotes a living person whose data is being discussed or used.

  • “The User” refers to the individual accessing our Service. The User aligns with the Data Subject whose information is in question.

Data we Collect

We collect several different types of information for various purposes to provide and improve our Service to you.

During your interaction with our Service, we might request you to share specific details that can be used to reach out or identify you ("Personal Information"). This might encompass, but isn't restricted to:

Cookies and Usage Data

Your Personal Information might be employed to reach out with updates, promotional content, or other relevant information. To stop these communications, use the provided unsubscribe option or email

Usage Data

Information sent by your browser when accessing our Service, including via mobile, is termed "Usage Data".

Such data might encompass details like your IP address, browser kind and version, the Service pages you access, visit timing, duration on pages, unique identifiers, and other technical data.

For mobile access, the Interaction Data might include details like device type, unique device ID, device's IP address, mobile OS, mobile browser type, unique identifiers, and related technical details.

Activity Tracking and Cookie Data

To monitor user activity on our Service, we employ cookies and comparable technologies, storing specific details.

Cookies are tiny data packets, potentially containing a distinct anonymous identifier, sent from a website to your browser, saved on your device. Other tech, like beacons, tags, and scripts, are also utilized to gather, track, and optimize our Service.

You can set your browser to reject cookies or notify when one is sent. However, some Service sections might become inaccessible if cookies are declined.

Types of Cookies we use:

  1. Functionality Storage Cookies: These are necessary for our website to function. They are set in response to actions made by you such as logging in or filling in forms. You can set your browser to block or alert you about these cookies, but some parts of the site will not work without them.

  2. Security Storage Cookies: These are used to provide security features on our site, such as preventing fraudulent activities and enhancing protection. If you disable them, it might affect the security of your use of our site.

  3. Analytics Storage Cookies: These allow us to count visits and traffic sources, helping us to measure and improve the performance of our site. They provide us information about which pages are the most and least popular and see how visitors move around the site.

  4. Ad Storage Cookies: These are used to deliver relevant advertisements to you based on your interests. They can also be used to limit the number of times you see an advertisement and help measure the effectiveness of advertising campaigns.

  5. Personalization Storage Cookies: These are used to remember your preferences and provide a more personalized experience. For example, they can be used to remember your choice of language or region.

Location Data

With your consent, we might capture and store your location details ("Location Data") to enhance and tailor our Service.

You have the option to turn location services on or off for DoThings via your device's settings.

Use of Data

DoThings utilizes the gathered information for several objectives:

(a) to deliver and improve our Service;

(b) to inform you of alterations to our Service;

(c) to let you engage with our Service's interactive aspects at your discretion;

(d) to offer customer assistance;

(e) to obtain insights to refine our Service;

(f) to oversee our Service's usage;

(g) to identify and rectify technical challenges;

(h) for any other intent you specify;

(i) to meet and exercise our contractual rights and duties with you, encompassing billing and collecting;

(j) to send updates related to your account or subscription, like expiration reminders or email guidelines;

(k) to update you on similar products, services, or events we offer, unless you decline such updates;

(l) as specified when you share the details;

(m) for any other reason with your agreement. 

Transfer of Data

Your details, encompassing Personal Information, might be moved to and stored on systems outside your local, provincial, or national jurisdiction, where privacy laws might not align with yours.

If you're outside the United States and share information with us, understand that we transfer this data, including Personal Information, to the United States for processing.

By agreeing to this Privacy Policy and providing your information, you consent to this transfer.

DoThings will undertake essential measures to ensure your data's safe handling in line with this Privacy Policy. No transfer of your Personal Information will occur unless there's satisfactory security and controls for your data and other personal details.

Data Retention

We'll store your Personal Information as long as needed for the purposes outlined in this policy. We'll hold and utilise your Personal Information as required to meet legal demands, settle disputes, and implement our agreements and guidelines.

Interaction Data is kept for in-house review. Typically, Interaction Data is stored briefly unless it aids in enhancing our Service's security or functionality, or there's a legal mandate for extended storage. 

Disclosure of Data

We might share personal details we gather or that you offer in the following ways:

(a) Legal and Law Enforcement Needs.

We might share your Personal Data when mandated by law or upon legitimate requests from public bodies.

(b) Business Activities.

In events of mergers, acquisitions, or asset sales involving us or our affiliated entities, your Personal Data could be transferred.

(c) Additional scenarios include disclosing your data:

(i) to our related entities;

Data Security

Protecting your data is vital to us. However, note that no online transmission or electronic storage method is entirely secure. While we aim to use standard protection measures for your Personal Data, we can't assure complete security.

Your Data Protection Rights Under General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

If you're based in the European Union (EU) or European Economic Area (EEA), GDPR provides you specific data protection rights.

We endeavour to facilitate corrections, modifications, deletions, or limitations on your Personal Data use.

To know about the Personal Data we've stored or to request its removal, email us at

You possess the following rights concerning your data:

(a) access, modify, or delete your information;

(b) correct inaccurate or incomplete details;

(c) object to processing your Personal Data;

(d) limit how we process your information;

(e) receive your Personal Data in a structured, machine-friendly, commonly-used format;

(f) revoke consent for processing your data, if it's based on your consent;

Before acting on requests, we may need identity verification. Some essential data might be obligatory for our Service.

You can report concerns about how we handle your Personal Data to your local EEA data protection authority.

Your Data Protection Rights under the California Privacy Protection Act (CalOPPA)

CalOPPA mandates commercial websites and online services to display a privacy policy. This law affects not just California but any entity in the U.S. (and potentially globally) that gathers personal data from Californian users. They must clearly disclose the collected information and share details on its distribution, adhering to this policy. 

In line with CalOPPA, we commit to:

(a) allowing anonymous site visits;

(b) highlighting our Privacy Policy link with the term "Privacy" and placing it clearly on our homepage;

(c) informing users of privacy policy updates on our dedicated page;

(d) enabling users to modify their data by emailing

Regarding "Do Not Track" Signals:

We respect Do Not Track signals, avoiding tracking, cookies, or ads when such a browser setting is active. Do Not Track can be set in browsers to signal websites against tracking.

Activate or deactivate Do Not Track through your browser's Preferences or Settings.

Service Providers

We might use third-party entities and individuals to enhance our Service ("Service Providers"), deliver the Service, execute related tasks, or help us understand how visitors are interacting with DoThings.

Such third parties can access your Personal Data solely for tasks we assign and must not share or utilise it for unrelated reasons.


We might employ third-party Service Providers to analyze the way DoThings is used.

Google Analytics

This tool by Google provides insights into website traffic. Google processes the data to understand our Service's use and might integrate it with other Google services. Google could adapt its advertising based on this data.


DoThings may employ remarketing tactics to display ads on third-party sites after you've accessed our Service. Both we and external vendors utilise cookies to display, refine, and deliver ads based on your Service interactions.

Links to Other Sites

Our Service includes links to external sites not managed by us. Clicking a third-party link redirects you to that site. It's recommended to check the Privacy Policy of all sites you access.

We don't oversee or take accountability for third-party sites' content, policies, or practices.

Children’s Privacy

Our Services aren't designed for users below 18 years old ("Child" or "Children").

We don't intentionally gather identifiable data from Children under 18. If you discover a Child has shared Personal Data with us, please notify us. If we identify such collection without parental consent, we act to erase that data from our servers.

Changes to This Privacy Policy

Our Privacy Policy may undergo changes occasionally. Any modifications will be displayed on this page.

Before changes take effect, we'll inform you through email and/or a noticeable alert on our Service, and adjust the "last updated" date at the top of this Privacy Policy.

It's recommended to periodically check this Privacy Policy for updates. Modifications are binding once posted here.

Contact Us

If you have any questions about this Privacy Policy, please contact us at

DoThings Ltd, 3rd Floor, 86-90 Paul Street, London, EC2A 4NE

Registered in England and Wales No. 11211584