The time period in the digital Information Age when individuals cannot acquire as much detailed financial information than in earlier times when information was stored in visual formats.
The Informationless Age occurs after a merger of financial institutions when investor's or consumer's historical transactions are not available from the surviving institutution or from the now non-existant former institution.

Also, the consequence of individuals losing their personally stored digital information and not being able to obtain it from the original source.
by bhtax February 18, 2011

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