QAnon posted again in June 2022 after an almost two years hiatus. With its computational linguistic technology, OrphAnalytics can attribute these messages to the usual suspect Ron Watkins.

From October 2017 to December 2020, QAnon posted hundreds of messages, known as “Q Drops”, spreading conspira...

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Two independent linguistic studies identify Paul Furber and Ron Watkins as the likely authors

Who is the person hiding behind QAnon’s messages? Several news investigations have already shortlisted a dozen potential authors. Now, computational linguistics can help narrow it down: two independent st...

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At the end of 2020, our press release announced that stylometric analyses had identified two styles (probably two authors) in the QAnon terrorist message set.

The two styles identified contradict the belief shared by supporters of the conspiracy movement that a single person - the enigmatic "Q" -...

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Pitch of Claude-Alain Roten, OrphAnalytics' CEO, to the Crypto Valley Association, Zug, Switzerland.

Question: What do you anticipate as the primary costs and revenues streams for your business? [feasibility]

« OrphAnalytics was founded in 2014. Its business is the detection of fraud and cri...

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Pitch of Claude-Alain Roten, OrphAnalytics' CEO, to Tech4Trust, the Swiss startup acceleration program in the field of Digital Trust and Cybersecurity

In a few words, Claude-Alain Roten was asked to introduce the OrphAnalytics' team, its unique selling proposition, and its current development s...

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"OrphAnalytics would have produced a stylometric expertise in an unsolved court case since 1984? As a matter of principle, the company never communicates on its expertise work.

The public prosecutor Thierry Pocquet du Haut-Jussé confirmed yesterday to the media the receipt of this expertise. Today...

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