implied assent

See: connivance
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There is a more important reason for opposing corporate sponsorship at our schools: When we let corporations into our schools, we are giving our implied assent to the dictum that our governments cannot help us, only corporations can.
Remarking on the "unusual" nature of the trust transaction, Sir Peter Gibson agreed with Judge Norris that it was "fanciful to suggest that there was disclosure to the (Wrexham FC's) Board and actual or implied assent to what was going on".
But it was important that there be no implied assent projected through silence.