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opt-out

(ŏpt′owt′) [L. optare, to wish for]
To choose not to participate in a program or not to receive information about a particular product or service. In health care, to decline to participate in a recommended program, e.g., in health screening, vaccination, or research.
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The opt-out movement and other forms of resistance to high-stakes testing are not going to go away until policymakers and state capitals reduce the volume of testing," says Bob Schaeffer, public education director at the National Center for Fair & Open Testing.
Included in this mass opt-out would be the European Arrest Warrant which has reduced extradition times from several months to 48 hours, the sharing of suspects' DNA profiles and fingerprints and joint programmes of working in areas such as terrorism, human trafficking and football hooliganism.
Furthermore, we wouldn't need to worry about having no voice or opt-outs, since we'd be no more obligated to loopy EU conventions than the likes of China or India are now.
However, a series of legal experts have warned that Scotland would have to reapply and would have to negotiate its own opt-outs from Schengen and the euro.
Speaking in Brussels Thursday, Thorning-Schmidt, her country's first female PM promised that Denmark will move to a closer EU integration and abolish the 4 opt-outs from common policies the country negotiated in 1993.
Written by British consultants Entec UK Limited, it called for pollution permits to be auctioned; for all 27 EU member states to be involved; and no opt-outs for individual plants to be allowed.
In north Wales, once-proud stations like Champion FM, Marcher Coast and Marcher Gold have become mere links in a huge, Anglo-centric conglomerate, with local opt-outs to appease the natives.
That way the Bar saves the cost of printing and mailing to those opt-outs (and decreases recycling revenues to their cities, not that anyone cares about that).
3) Be sure to use Opt-Outs as an option for your readers.
He added: "There is no place for opt-outs from health and safety laws like the Working Time Directive.
As Denmark's foreign minister at the time, I was able to secure some opt-outs from EU directives, and then a second referendum was held.
Worse, he adds, updates--opt-ins and opt-outs, for example--had to be handled manually.