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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 will only be available to logged in users who have given their explicit consent to the operation.
With the implications of our current data practices unknown, and with future uses of our data unknowable, data storage must move from being the default procedure to a step that is taken only when it is of demonstrable benefit to the user, with explicit consent and with clear warnings about what the company does and does not know.
The mining of uranium ore and other radioactive minerals can only be carried out if the inhabitants of the affected towns and villages grant their explicit consent in a referendum, TASR reported.
The app's creators said they came up with the idea as a practical response to Sweden's proposal to introduce legislation requiring explicit consent for sexual contact later this year.
Created by a Dutch firm in wake of the #MeToo movement, it serves as the first-ever app to use blockchain technology to record explicit consent regarding sexual relations between its users.
To avoid a repeat of Bharti Airtel-type fiasco, the UIDAI last month directed banks to seek an explicit consent of the beneficiary before changing the account to which the government subsidy is being remitted.
additional containers may only be dispatched with the explicit consent and validation by the contracting authority.
University officials, in a process separate from the criminal investigation, banned the players from campus after finding they had violated the UO student conduct code by "engaging in penetration without explicit consent," according to court documents.
USA], Aug 13 (ANI): Consent is a clear "yes," not the absence of a "no," but it turns out, many straight men on the college campuses aren't doing well in gaining the explicit consent of their female sexual partners.
The Bill will also require people to give explicit consent for their information to be collected online, rather than firms relying on preselected tick boxes.
Ironically, the same radicals who support explicit consent for the act that creates life don't think they need your consent to have you pay for its destruction.
Disclosure to third parties: Disclose personal information to third parties only for the purposes identified in the notice and with the individual taxpayer's implicit or explicit consent.