Snapshot | Google Alerts – autism | Circa October 7, 2012

Google Alert - autismgoogle alertsx Google Alerts googlealerts-noreply@google.comOct 7, 2012, 9:29 PM News 8 new results for autism Autistic Children Often Wander OffMedPage TodayTheir study surveyed families of 1,218 children with autism spectrum disorders, with 1,076 unaffected siblings, using a questionnaire administered through the Interactive Autism Network online research database and registry. Half of the …

Russian-backed organizations amplifying QAnon conspiracy theories, researchers say | WHTC

By Joseph Menn SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Russian government-supported organizations are playing a small but increasing role amplifying conspiracy theories promoted by QAnon, raising concerns of interference in the November U.S. election. Academics who study QAnon said there were no signs Russia had a hand in the early days of the movement, which launched in …

Snapshot | Google Alerts – autism | Circa June 1, 2011

Note: Links are original and most likely no longer work. Google Alert - autismgoogle alertsx Google Alerts googlealerts-noreply@google.comWed, Jun 1, 2011, 9:29 PM News 10 new results for autism Family of girl with autism: 'She radiated light'9NEWS.comFrom a comfortable life in Bryansk, Russia, about 235 miles from Moscow, to America, so their daughter Kristina, who …

Anti-vaxxers and conspiracy theorists reap rewards for spreading utter crap

Conspiracy theorists and anti-vaxxers are cashing in on utter lies, and no one seems to be willing to stop them. Saint Louis University Assistant Professor of Law Ana Santos Rutschman has reported on an increase in anti-vaxxer misinformation from 2014, with some of that rise traced back to automated messaging, or bots, generated from Russia. In Australia, …

Russian trolls fueled anti-vaccination debate, study finds – WCBI TV | Your News Leader

Russian Twitter trolls have attempted to fuel the anti-vaccination debate in the U.S., posting about the issue far more than the average Twitter user last year, a study out of George Washington University has found. The “sophisticated” bots shared opinions from both sides of the anti-vaxxer debate, which took the U.S. by storm and prompted tech …