The correct option is D from / about
A preposition is a word which comes before a noun or a pronoun and establishes a relationship between the elements of a clause or words. Option D)from/ about is correct as from and about indicate prevention and apiece of information respectively. The other options are wrong as by, over, without, on, and with indicate usage, completion of a task, exclusion, a surface, and inclusion respectively. These uses don't fit in the given question. The correct answer is D)from/ about.