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Synonyms for consent

to respond affirmatively; receive with agreement or compliance

the act or process of accepting

the approving of an action, especially when done by one in authority

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Understanding that creditors are in the best position to have records kept showing consent and that the burden will be on the creditor to show it obtained prior express consent, the FCC essentially concluded that a debt-collector could make the call because of a good faith belief that the creditor obtained express consent.
An express consent usually lasts only five years, but even before then the council can serve a notice requiring the advert to be taken down.
Wayne John Murphy, aged 34, of William McKee Close, Ernesford Grange, Coventry, using or threatening unlawful violence and obstructing a police constable in the execution of his duty, community punishment order for 150 hours and ordered not to enter any licensed premises in the city of Coventry for one year unless he obtains the express consent of the licensee, his servant or agent.
It provides that someone who has properly acquired certain software may make copies of the original software without the express consent of the licensor.
29, which provides that no practitioner can represent conflicting interests in practice before the Service, except by express consent of all directly interested parties after full disclosure.
Includes specific requirements that express consent be obtained for third-party disclosures, usage, etc.
In addition, InMobi will be prohibited from collecting consumers location information without their affirmative express consent for it to be collected, and will be required to honor consumers location privacy settings.
The lawsuit alleges that such behavior violates the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, which prohibits companies from engaging in text-based marketing without first obtaining prior express consent.
Under the TCPA, sending text messages and autodialed calls to cell phones is not absolutely illegal, but requires prior express consent from the recipient.
The two leaders agreed that any Russian intervention in Ukraine, even under purported 'humanitarian' auspices, without the formal, express consent and authorization of the Government of Ukraine is unacceptable, violates international law and will provoke additional consequences," affirmed the statement.
Assembly members must also remember us humans are not part of a machine (we are made in God's image and our bodies have the potential to be a temple for the Holy Sprit) in this context where the bodies of those who have not given express consent should not be able to be automatically claimed by the state (via the NHS) becoming impersonal commodities.
Facebook has historically been extremely resistant to transparency in its own operations, so we welcome measures that would force the company to obtain express consent of its users," said the London based advocacy group Privacy International.
The company agreed to make technological changes to restrict access by third-parties unless users give express consent, to take steps to make it clear to users what the difference is between deleting an account, which removes all personal information from the Facebook server, and deactivating an account, which keeps the existing information in place, and to make changes to the way deceased users' accounts are handled.
Advertisements for which the LPA's express consent is always needed.
In 1999 it was found that at Alder Hey Children's Hospital, Liverpool, it had been common to keep some organs without the knowledge and express consent of parents.