This paper demonstrates how an inaccurate interpretation of the “no-signaling” criterion skews the conventional debate of super-quantum correlations (NS). Using counter-examples, it demonstrates that the typical probabilistic interpretation of (NS), whose link with relativistic causality is questionable, is too weak to declare the lack of any information flow between the parties. An informal interpretation of (NS) that is applicable is nothing more than a specific specification of Pawlowski’s Information Causality principle, which rules out the possibility of correlations stronger than the strongest quantum correlations.

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Pierre Uzan
Department of Physical Science, Fondation Santé des Etudiants de France (FSEF), Associated Researcher to Laboratory Chart, Human and Artificial Cognition, University Paris 8, EPHE, UPEC, France.

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