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Re: [tor-talk] Games Without Frontiers: Investigating Video Games as a Covert Channel
> Hey all,
> I just thought I'd share and get feedback about some recent work from our
> team at Stony Brook University.
> Title: Games Without Frontiers: Investigating Video Games as a Covert
> Channel [ http://arxiv.org/pdf/1503.05904v1.pdf ]
I say maybe, just maybe, it would have been a nice thing to test:
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