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 UWA week 36 (2nd semester, mid-semester break) ↓
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10:03pm Sun 11th Sep, ANONYMOUS

Hi, In the project descriptions there were mentions about "The Blue team is bound by legal and ethical restraints such as free media, freedom of expression, freedom of speech" and "The Green government can block websites and social media platforms and censor news coverage to its domestic population whilst maintaining the capability to run sophisticated foreign influence operations through social media" and similarly there were these characteristics about the green government too. Do we have to somehow incorporate these pieces of information into our game? Also, I'm unsure of what the opinions (want to vote or not) of each green node has to do with the "goal" of the game, since it was mentioned that the game ends if red loses all its followers or blue loses all its energy (which I believe neither of these are influenced by "green's opinion"?).


 UWA week 37 (2nd semester, week 7) ↓
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3:42pm Mon 12th Sep, Mehwish N.

ANONYMOUS wrote:
> Hi, In the project descriptions there were mentions about "The Blue team is bound by legal and ethical restraints such as free media, freedom of expression, freedom of speech" and "The Green government can block websites and social media platforms and censor news coverage to its domestic population whilst maintaining the capability to run sophisticated foreign influence operations through social media" and similarly there were these characteristics about the green government too. Do we have to somehow incorporate these pieces of information into our game? > > Also, I'm unsure of what the opinions (want to vote or not) of each green node has to do with the "goal" of the game, since it was mentioned that the game ends if red loses all its followers or blue loses all its energy (which I believe neither of these are influenced by "green's opinion"?).
Hi, I answered some FAQs yesterday. I believe you will find the answer there. If you need more clarity then please speak to me after the lecture tomorrow or set up a meeting time on teams. Cheers

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