Three Google executives were facing six months in jail for a YouTube video, uploaded in 2006, that showed four students bullying an autistic boy. Reuters reports that the executives were acquitted of privacy violations in an appeals court in Milan, overturning a previous ruling from February 2010.
As part of Comedy Central’s ‘Night Of Too Many Stars’ Celebrity Auction, an auction to rally support and raise money to support autism school, programs and services, actor Aziz Ansari is offering to tweet for one lucky eBay bidder for 15 minutes.
Some apps are practical, others are downright silly, and a select few, well, can enhance life beyond your wildest dreams. The Grace app, which is giving children with autism a chance to “speak” for the first time, is nothing short of a wonder. Available for $38 on iTunes, Grace is a digital version of the Picture Exchange Communications System, a book that helps those unable to speak to build sentences from relevant images.