Processing of personal data
Informative report in accordance with article 13 del D.lgs. n. 196/2003, visitors of the website: www.theremino.com and users of the services offered by the same, starting at the URL address: www.theremino.com, with the exclusion of external links.
No personal data of users are acquired by the website.
The provision of information through the forms provided is free and spontaneous, and failure to send does not imply any difference in the treatment of messages.
The site theremino is GDPR compliant n. 679/2016. That is the new European regulation concerning the protection of personal data, into force on 25 May 2018.
The only cookies on the site are “technical cookies” WordPress and PayPal. These cookies are essential to the functioning of the mechanisms of the site, You cannot delete them and are not intended to collect user data.
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Data protection officer
This site does not collect user data, Why hasn't an RDP (Data protection officer), as expected from GDPR. For inquiries or complaints please contact the owner of the site:
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Creative Commons License
Hardware, firmware and software of the main components of the system Theremino are available in Open Source, for the purpose of study, under the Creative Commons license. For details please use the button (CC) or the link.
Theremino-System is licensed under Creative Commons License
All information on this website: images, wiring diagrams, instructions, software and installation plans, can be used freely, (no restrictions), even with amendments and also for commercial purposes.
However, if you plan to use the name Theremino, You must comply with the technical compatibility and guidelines of respect for life and the environment. The Theremino Group reserves the right to decide, so before using the name Theremino contact us.
More information here: www.theremino.com/contacts/environmental-protection
CE and RoHS certifications read here: www.theremino.com/contacts/certifications
Software, firmware and documentation available in Open Source
- Complete information about the communication protocol.
- Sample programs to communicate with the slots in C++, CSharp and VbNet with sources.
- Programs on your PC with complete sources and software projects and users can.
- Firmware to use as an example that can be edited by users.
System modules and adapters available in Open Hardware
- Hardware, circuit solutions and firmware modules.
- Complete wiring diagrams, lists of components and vendor information.
- Printed circuit board projects and Spice simulations.
Rules for donations
Circular No 3, of 22 January 2008 (Link 1), in paragraph 2 (Objective scope of application) expressly, the gift tax, does not apply to those of low value (Article 783 of the civil code): accordingly, You can put in your site Donate button, without being held, as long as the donations remain small, any tax compliance.
This is only valid if the donations, are donations properly so called, that is, if are optional, and if it is not secured (and even suggested), a minimum amount. In addition, donations should not be, a necessary condition to access content, or services offered on the site (or even a part of them). That is, there should be no discrimination, among the visitors who donate, and those that don't.
If this is not the case, the "donations" they would lose the characteristic of liberality, turn into payments and would become, ultimately, just a gimmick to hide a real business (that requires a different, and more onerous, framing), which can lead to heavy fines.
QUESTION: How to apply the concept of low value to the annual total of donations received? That is, if recessed 1000 euro of donations per year, don't declare anything but recessed 10.000 Mila I must declare them?
REPLY: In rules, referring to the single donation, and the number of donations, You can receive in a year, or the total amount. For example,: 1000 donations from 10 euro each, are treated individually, as donations of low value and the total 10000 Euro is not relevant. This according to a literal application of the standard.
But we must say, that such a situation would not be very realistic and that, If donations become “too many”, a tax auditor might get suspicious, and to think that behind those donations, There are fees for some commercial or, worse, illegal (recycling, etc…).
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All projects have been carried out and we have tested, but basic knowledge of electronics is assumed and the ability to resolve small practical problems. Our projects are designed primarily for the DIY and candid realizations, but above all to allow you to experience and express their creativity.
The authors who write on this site are not responsible for any problems or damages arising out of your use or misuse of the information published.
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