Quantum entanglement suggests information is passed instantaneously through enormous distances.
It's my sense that quantum entanglement may be a mirage. I imagine two people on two computer workstations separated by very great distances looking at two copies the same information - say, the name and address of a customer. One of them keys a change to the address and the other instantaneously sees his copy also change. That kind of event suggests to me as a programmer that there is, at bottom, only one actual copy of the information and the apparent distance may be an illusion. In that event, no actual communication may be happening, and so nothing would be exceeding the speed of light.