Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is often characterized (e.g., in Holliwood movies) by a tendency to fixate on certain behavioral patterns without trying out alternatives, e.g., to eat only a certain food. Yet in structured decision tasks, individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) were found to examine more options in a given time period than controls. In this talk I will briefly review our meta-analysis finding on choice switching in autism and follow with a study of online information search among 1,746 Internet users who self-stated that they had ASD during 2019. After issuing general queries individuals with self-referenced ASD scanned more results than controls, with the difference becoming extreme in popular queries. The same was not found for image queries .