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privacy and implied consent

Recorded January 16, 2015

Discussion regarding the entrapment of corporate law, implied consent, the deception of government, separating the flesh and blood ‘person’ from the corporate ‘straw man’, technocracy and more…

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Implied Consent Internet Access

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Legal Terms and Definitions – Implied Consent

 

privacy and implied consent. Implied consent is an assumption of permission to do something that is inferred from an individual’s actions rather than explicitly provided.  In the context of commercial email and text messages, for example, implied consent may be assumed by the senders because the recipient purchased a product from the sender’s website or volunteered with the sender’s charitable organization recently.  Implied consent is a fairly broadly-applied legal concept. Here are a few examples in other contexts: By completing a research task (e.g., completion of a questionnaire, interview, survey, etc.), the participant has provided consent to participate in the research. This is an example of a waiver of documentation of informed consent. Before granting a waiver, the IRB may require the researcher to provide the participants with a written summary or an information sheet about the research, including: (1) purpose of research; (2) time involved; (3) assessment of minimal risk; (4) statement regarding benefit to participants; (5) contact for questions about the research; and (6) contact for questions about rights as a research participant. For example, you wish to mail out a survey. The survey does not ask for any identifiable information By completing a research task (e.g., completion of a questionnaire, interview, survey, etc.), the participant has provided consent to participate in the research privacy and implied consent. This is an example of a waiver of documentation of informed consent. Before granting a waiver, the IRB may require the researcher to provide the participants with a written summary or an information sheet about the research, including: (1) purpose of research; (2) time involved; (3) assessment of minimal risk; (4) statement regarding benefit to participants; (5) contact for questions about the research; and (6) contact for questions about rights as a research participant. For example, you wish to mail out a survey. The survey does not ask for any identifiable information. The cover letter accompanying the survey could be written in such a manner as to serve as the “implied” informed consent form, this is privacy and implied consent. The letter would need to contain a statement indicating that completion and return of the survey implies consent to participate in the research. The cover letter accompanying the survey could be written in such a manner as to serve as the “implied” informed consent form. The letter would need to contain a statement indicating that completion and return of the survey implies consent to participate in the research, this constitutes your privacy and implied consent. By completing a research task (e.g., completion of a questionnaire, interview, survey, etc.), the participant has provided consent to participate in the research. This is an example of a waiver of documentation of informed consent. Before granting a waiver, the IRB may require the researcher to provide the participants with a written summary or an information sheet about the research, including: (1) purpose of research; (2) time involved; (3) assessment of minimal risk; (4) statement regarding benefit to participants; (5) contact for questions about the research; and (6) contact for questions about rights as a research participant. The survey does not ask for any identifiable information. The cover letter accompanying the survey could be written in such a manner as to serve as the “implied” informed consent form. The letter would need to contain a statement indicating that completion and return of the survey implies consent to participate in the research.

 

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