Definitions for "Implied Consent"
a consent that is drawn from the facts of the surrounding circumstances
involves dangerous assumptions, such as that someone's body language or clothing is sufficient to sanction a sexual overture or advance. Explicit, unequivocal consent is absolutely necessary. Implied consent is no defence against a charge of sexual assault.
For the purposes of PIPEDA, implied consent is consent that can be reasonably inferred from the action (or inaction) of a patient who has been informed of his/her privacy rights.
In the selling situation, the concept that unless a prospect explicitly disagrees with what is presented or said, his or her agreement may be assumed.