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 July 25, 2016  U.S., Youth & Schools

EdSurge reports:

Code.org, a nonprofit dedicated to expanding access to computer science education, has announced via press releasethat it has removed 10 million student email addresses from its servers and written a new privacy policy. Under the new policy, students using Code.org will log in using their email addresses, but the addresses will not be sent to Code.org’s servers via a one-way hash scrambling technique.

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