noninformation

noninformation

(ˌnɒnˌɪnfəˈmeɪʃən)
n
an absence or lack of informationdisinformation
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If there ever was such a thing then it was due to Birmingham City Council's noninformation followed by misinformation.
The code of the mass media is simply the distinction between information and noninformation, and it is on this basis that they make their selection of what to report.
One of the key characteristics introduced by linked data is the idea of assigning URIs as globally unique identifiers for information resources, such as web pages, as well as for noninformation resources, such as sensors and people (Berners-Lee 2006).
New tools allow even noninformation professionals to expertly curate news for themselves, and share it with their nearest and dearest, or indeed anyone, anywhere.
According to the functional system of media, Luhmann (1996) speaks of the general code of the difference between information and noninformation.
As a result of our fiscal years 2004 through 2007 financial statement audits, we have provided the Commission's worldwide locations with 233 information system and noninformation system recommendations to improve its information technology systems, security, and accounting procedures.
We are really just getting peppered with noninformation.
Many slides out there have a low relative content: they contain much noninformation that dilutes or distracts (noise), such as unnecessary clip art, colors, or typographical features, and of course overdecorated graphs and self-promoting animations.
However, considering the multibillion-dollar cancer establishment's responsibility for and control of basic information about cancer prevention, primary emphasis should be directed at exposing the establishment's noninformation or, worse, willful misinformation.
10) Moreover, it was the narrower definition Of managers and clerical workers divided by blue collar workers instead of wider definitions of information divided by noninformation workers or white collar (non-production) divided by blue-collar (production) workers, that produced the larger negative impact
For the Commission to say also that it will "not pursue cases involving [such] representations" (FTC 1984a) means that it affirmatively encourages advertisers to run significant amounts of such noninformation at the same time it is otherwise making efforts to increase information.
Some authors, for example, Lichtenberg (1995), also decompose labor into a information technology and noninformation technology portion.