Section 216.13--Exception to opt out requirements for service providers and joint marketing.
Section 216.14--Exceptions to notice and opt out requirements for processing and servicing transactions.
Section 216.15--Other exceptions to notice and opt out requirements.
(6) An explanation of the consumer's right under section 216.10(a) to opt out of the disclosure of nonpublic personal information to nonaffiliated third parties, including the method(s) by which the consumer may exercise that right at that time;
There was, however, a positive stock price reaction for firms announcing that they opted out of the law.
The results documented in this paper indicate that firms that opted out of SB 1310 were less likely to have a poison pill in place prior to the law's enactment and had lower insider control of voting rights.
Second, we find that firms that opted out spent less on R&D than firms that did not opt out, thus providing support for Hirshleifer and Thakor (1992) and Stein (1988).
Furthermore, Calpers did not significantly reduce its ownership in firms that it unsuccessfully pressured to opt out of the law.
According to 2016 data from FairTest, 675,000 students opted out of testing in 2015, including 240,000 students in New York and significant numbers of students in New Jersey, Colorado, Washington, Illinois, California, Oregon, Florida, and several other states.
Carol Burris (2016), a former high school prin cipal and now executive director of the nonprofit Network for Public Education, has stated, "The testing 'opt out' movement is gaining momentum, even as efforts to derail it ramp up ...
Ohio is reconsidering its policy of assigning a zero score to students who opt out, which can have a dramatic effect on their school's overall accountability scores.
For Gramm-Leach-Bliley compliance, each company should ensure that, prior to the July 1 deadline, it provides consumers with a reasonable opportunity to opt