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I know that the word "infomation" is always singular in English. However, is it grammatically correct to use "are" when refering to sum of different categories of information (e.g., in the following sentence)?

"In this approach, the semantic and location information are obfuscated independently of each other."

marked as duplicate by sumelic, Davo, RaceYouAnytime, Laurel, Skooba Sep 23 '17 at 13:31

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