I seem to remember something about Steven Hawking ruminating as to whether or not (data ?) information would survive an encounter with a black hole.
If you remember Warner Brothers' "Sphere", their interpetation of Michael Crighton's story of a Space/Timeship that materialized under the Pacific Ocean embedded in a rock due to a navigation error..
I worked on building the set for this movie and in the pilot house of the subject vehicle we constructed something called the "Temporal Diffusion Palette". This instrument gave the dematerialized humans a reference point to use to regain their bodies after a wormhole journey.
Highly fictional, of course, but if data in some currently unknown quantum form could be rendered survivable in such a transit then reconstruction of the entire structure of a vessel and its inhabitants becomes more plausible.
So who knows what the current take is on information in a black hole?
Now that they seem to have confirmed evidence that one is the center of our galaxy, after we get done ruining Mars, let's go check it out. All we need are the right tools....(ahem)