One of two central concepts of choice.  With absent action by an individual, such as “unchecking” a tick box, it is assumed that the individual has granted consent or given permission. Many companies use the ‘opt-out’ method in order to easily receive consent to receiving marketing emails or that the individual agrees to the conditions of the entity’s privacy policy (which may state their personal information may be shared with third parties).

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