information superiority
n. The capability to collect, process and disseminate information while exploiting or denying an adversary's ability to do the same.

Example Citation:
"Col. Charles J. Dunlap, staff judge advocate at the U.S. Strategic Command, doubts whether information superiority is possible, given the proliferation of sources for all sides."
—Frank A. Aukofer, "War and PCs," Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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