When we think “information,” we think of things that are written down or captured electronically, including videos and such.
But what about what you say?
“Traders Beware: They’re Listening,” The Wall Street Journal, September 14, 2015 C1. [I’m trying to download the link, but WSJ changed things today. Ed.] Wall Street is now using new technologies to monitor the phone calls of its traders. Puts a premium on personal meetings over phone calls. For many, this isn’t new news.
Does this change the definition of “information,” or just impose additional controls?