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express consent

A clear and voluntary indication of preference or choice, usually oral or written, and freely given in circumstances where the available options and their consequences have been made clear (informed consent). As defined in the UK, express consent constitutes formal permission to undergo a diagnostic or therapeutic procedure, or to allow use of personally identifiable information for research, epidemiology, financial audit or administration, publication and/or to release into the public domain. Without express consent, use of such materials is limited to teaching and training.

ex·press con·sent

(eks-pres kŏn-sent)
To convey in writing, by gesture, or verbally the agreement or permission of a patient to receive treatment.
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It requires explicit consent of both partners to marry.
Earlier this year, the BPC released a survey to show Facebook tracking logged-out users as well as non-users who visit sites that use plugins such as the like button; the survey said that the tracking is fulfilled without explicit consent and is out of line with Belgian and European privacy laws.
Driving data is only shared with insurance partners with the customer's explicit consent if the customer chooses to participate in an insurance program or offer.
The flag-flying resolution, which diplomats said the Palestinians were expected to circulate to the full assembly as early as on Wednesday, had apparently been prepared without the explicit consent of the Vatican's mission to the United Nations.
Google, Facebook and other American Internet giants are in a position to receive explicit consent from users.
It implements robust encryption measures so that no personal data of yours will be shared with it, without explicit consent from its users.
Meanwhile, Trai also proposed that service providers should take explicit consent of consumers through toll- free short code 1925 for activating or deactivating data services, a move aimed at addressing users complaints regarding data usage.
Chrysostomos asserted that the Archbishopric maintains the sole administration of parish funds, and that committees may not spend a dime without its explicit consent.
Credit brokers will not be able to request a consumer's bank details or take a payment without their explicit consent first.
As a senator campaigning for the presidency in 2007, Obama stated that he was against carrying out wars by executive fiat without the explicit consent of Congress.
Collection, Access and Control: An Agriculture Technology Provider's (ATP) collection, access and use of farm data should be granted only with the affirmative and explicit consent of the farmer.
Customs are also granted--upon the selection of such an option by the rights-holder in its original application and lack of opposition from the owner of the goods--a new power to destroy, on their own initiative, small consignments (less than three units or two kilograms) of counterfeit and pirated goods without the explicit consent of the rights-holder.