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Few people who take free, online courses take the time to read the privacy policies, say MOOC experts.
Or will impatient recruiters and résumé-reading robots threaten the value of alternative credentials?
The for-profit giant will offer some online courses free to students at historically black colleges. The fund says the deal will benefit students and colleges.
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