Whether the move was voluntary or not though, is a different question.
But I would happily support a voluntary ban on publicizing the names of these criminals.
Maryann agreed to “step aside” and eventually accept a dicey divorce settlement, allowing for “voluntary” support from Carver.
UNRWA is funded by voluntary contributions, but Arab and predominantly Islamic nations are rarely among the top donors.
He told three different stories, finally saying there had been a voluntary sexual encounter.
We may, without harm, say that we choose to do this or that, that our acts are voluntary.
For what is meant by liberty, when applied to voluntary actions?
All voluntary acts, we are told, depend on the memory of involuntary acts of the same sort previously performed.
A sick bed's a hard place for one who has no kind and voluntary attention.
When the war first broke out, no one thought of any but voluntary methods of enlistment.
late 14c. (implied in voluntarily), from Latin voluntarius "of one's free will," from voluntas "will," from the ancient accusative singular present participle of velle "to wish" (see will (v.)). Originally of feelings, later also of actions (mid-15c.).
voluntary vol·un·tar·y (vŏl'ən-těr'ē)
Arising from or acting on one's own free will.
Normally controlled by or subject to individual volition, as of respiration.
Capable of making choices; having the faculty of will.