In computer science, data is an ‘elementary’ piece of information that is coded or codifiable. Thus, generally speaking, information generally includes the processing of more data, i.e. more ‘elementary information’. Nonetheless, if access to a considerable amount of data leads inevitably to more information, an information overdose – to indicate that phenomenon resulting from the excess of data – certainly leads to less transparency. The output of too much data is namely a kind of ‘opacity for confusion’, with information overload causing just disorientation. [---]