Carnegie Mellon University has created a masters degree program in privacy. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports that the one-year program will start in the 2013-14 academic year and aims to help prepare students for the increasing marketplace demand for privacy-savvy computer scientists and engineers. The program will include classroom instruction and a summer work experience project. CMU Professors Lorrie Cranor and Norman Sadeh created the program.
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