Recently I've been reading about advances in quantum mechanics, particularly in the field of quantum teleportation. It's a difficult subject to understand, and for that reason I explicitly don't trust the reporting on it. Many articles,
by using their protocol, atom-to-atom teleported information can be recovered with perfect accuracy about 90 percent of the time — and that figure can be improved.
Teleportation turns out to be extremely useful. Because teleported information does not travel through the intervening space, it cannot be secretly accessed by an eavesdropper.
appear to be saying that information is being transmitted from one location to another instantaneously. As in, faster than the speed of light. From what I DO understand about relativity, this has the potential to massively violate causality. Is the effect of quantum teleportation being misreported, misunderstood by me, or are they actually transmitting usable information at faster than light speed?