I think of information being raised to Newton’s 3 laws is a bit premature although Information is the direct inverse of Entropy. That is, Information is a useful way to work with Entropy (instead of the fatalist Newtonian way).
This is crucial stuff.
Now, current subatomic notions need a no-hiding / no-cloning in order to work properly. Even if it’s wrong and information *is* lost/destroyed, the math simply won’t work unless those things are true.
That said, we live in a “classical” world. It’s great that my sigh right now carries on eternally…. somehow.
But… at some level, dividing between useful and “yeah so what?” has to be done if you have goals.
So, how do you divide? What can you throw away if every ‘bit’ of information matters, carrying on forever and ever?
That’s my ongoing challenge. Knowing how it works and doing it right.