passive consent

Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Perhaps because of this widespread practice of passive consent, the majority of Europeans now feel there is no alternative other than to provide personal information if they want to use digital services (Special Eurobarometer, 2015), and survey studies have recently found that most people do not read privacy agreement texts at all.
The theory was simple: No longer able to count on the passive consent of the majority of the population, the government needed the active support of a minority.
25] It also excludes the use of passive consent (informing parents of a study and assuming they have agreed to their child participating, unless otherwise instructed)--a practice frequently used with adolescent school-based studies.
Tessitore objected to Fitchburg using passive consent - if the permission form was not returned, the schools presumed parental permission for minor children to take the survey.
Guided by Article 12 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, the findings support the controversial ethical decision to adopt a passive consent procedure and demonstrated children's competence to express the ways in which violence has affected them.
Is it the doing of Rana Sanaullah alone or is there some element of passive consent from the Sharifs and the Sardars.
It involves passive consent (no verbal or formal written agreement)
Peck seems torn between two explanations for her condition--her involvement with New Age spiritualist cults versus her passive consent to having been sexually molested by her father when she was 12.
Most Americans were seduced into passive consent, either prompted by fear of further attacks or cowed by an Administration that branded criticism as subversive.
For schools requiring passive consent, all children were screened except those who returned a parental consent form requesting they not participate.

Full browser ?