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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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Apple also said it would be issuing a software update in the future, which will take explicit consent from the users to choose whether they want to participate in the process or not.
The electronic identification takes place directly and only with the explicit consent of the customer, explained Thomas Schaufler, Retail CEO of Erste Bank.
If needed the users will have to unlock those security features themselves and give explicit consent.
So the United Kingdom will only leave without a deal on March 29 if there is explicit consent in the House for that outcome.
would "only leave without a deal on 29 March if there is explicit consent
The provision of getting the claims in installments or lump-sum is a decision that should be taken by the policyholder and not the insurance company, the report said, and added that an explicit consent should be taken by the insurer from the insured.
Her proposal aims to restrict the Government's freedom to use the Bill to make tax changes linked to a no-deal Brexit without the "explicit consent" of Parliament.
opt-in donation system means that only those with explicit consent are considered as donors.
The news on the massive data breach broke in March with Facebook later admitting the data of up to 87 million people might have been shared with Cambridge Analytica without their explicit consent. It is alleged that the data was harvested to target the users in political campaigns, including in former UKIP leader Nigel Farage's Leave.EU campaign.
The ICO conducted an investigation and concluded that Facebook allowed app developers too much data access without explicit consent on the part of users.
But as to whether he's running: At the rate things are going for him, and the way his devotees such as Bertiz (important question: What's in it for them?) are fervidly foisting him on the electorate, with or without Go's explicit consent - well, one needs no degree, much less a PRC license, to know the answer to that question.
And he said it would be "difficult" if MPs attempted to reverse the 2016 result without securing the explicit consent of the public.