In as much, as "already" is a meaningful-term QT-wise, the information is "already" at the other place. Or rather, "was" at. Was and is, that is. Or was. So be it.
The real trouble with time travel isn't becoming your own grandfather-that's nothing a broad minded and well adjusted family can't handle. No, the real problem is with tenses. How do you describe something that happened, but didn't happen anymore because you went back to two days before that event to prevent it from happening?
- Douglas Adams (RIP)