opt-out


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opt-out

To cancel some situation or condition. See opt-in.
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The sensible option would be to phase out the opt-out caveat over a few years.
We need stronger rules around excessive working, not an opt-out of the Working Time Directive.
Whether states decide on opt-outs with fees, opt-ins or another option, all will try to balance individual choice and customer concerns with grid reliability, utility costs and energy efficiency.
Following the recent publication of a report by the House of Lords EU Committee that said ministers had failed to make a convincing case for the opt-outs and such a move could have "negative repercussions" for the UK, it is clear the ending of EU-wide co-operation would have devastating effects on our criminal justice and policing systems.
To adhere to these principles, marketers must offer opt-in or opt-out mechanisms in which consumers explicitly give permission for marketers to use and collect their data (opt-in) or revoke permission (opt-out), oftentimes after the fact.
Alex Salmond, the Scottish First Minister, has insisted that a separate Scotland would automatically retain EU membership along with all the UK's opt-outs.
New Danish PM, social-democrat Helle Thorning-Schmidt stated in Brussels that her government will work to abolishing opt-outs from the EU once the country becomes the EU's rotational president in the first half of 2012.
If a building does opt-out of project-based Section 8, HUD offers vouchers to the tenants, and is usually able to pay market-level rents on those vouchers.
By gathering details of hours worked by managers, Usdaw hopes to build its case against the opt-out clause of the 48-hour maximum working week.
nMOST employers want to retain the UK's opt-out from a European directive aimed at limiting working hours to 48 a week.
A survey of 77 organisations by the Industrial Relations Services Employment Review revealed that half had asked their staff to sign an individual opt-out from the maximum 48 hour working week.