Milo Yiannopoulos

Milo Yiannopoulos is an Associate Editor at Breitbart London. He is one of the best-known technology and media commentators in Europe. He writes a weekly column for Business Insider on technology, media and politics.

His writing has appeared in the Telegraph, the Wall Street Journal, the Times, WIRED, the Observer, the Spectator, Attitude and many other places. He appears regularly on television and radio discussing society, media, politics and of course technology.

In 2011, he founded online tabloid magazine The Kernel, which covered internet and pop culture, and sold it to Daily Dot Media in January 2014. He is a regular speaker on the technology conference circuit and was twice named one of the 100 most influential people in Britain’s digital economy by WIRED.

Milo has been called a “rising star of the Right” by the Spectator, the “pit bull of tech media” in a profile by the Observer, “digital media’s Citizen Kane” by Forbes magazine and a “cynical, ignorant f*cker” by Stephen Fry.

Latest News

Dragon Age: Inquisition (Review)

Dozens of readers have been in touch to ask what I think of perhaps the most controversial triple-A (that's gamer for "top tier," or blockbuster) release of the year. For a while, I resisted their entreaties. But ultimately I exist to serve you, dear reader. So here it is: the Breitbart review of Dragon Age: Inquisition. Dec 15, 2014 6:20 AM PT

I'm Writing a Book about #GamerGate

GamerGate is the biggest internet storm in a decade—a battle that has spawned an unprecedented four-and-a-half million tweets, death threats, a front-page story in the New York Times, a segment on The Colbert Report, cost Gawker Media over a million dollars, left hundreds of journalists angry and humiliated and precipitated a huge, unending wave of bitchy insults, bitter recriminations and online controversy. What caused this gigantic internet drama? The humble video game.  Dec 15, 2014 2:56 AM PT

Russell Brand is a Shadow of his Former, Boisterous Self

Something is up with everyone's favourite crusading comedian, Russell Brand. I watched last night's Question Time, which pitted Brand against UKIP's Nigel Farage, to save you the trouble. Here's what I observed. Dec 12, 2014 1:51 AM PT

#GamerGate Anti-Bullying Campaign cost Gawker over a Million Dollars

The cost to Gawker Media of its ridicule and viciousness toward video gamers was "seven figures" in lost advertising revenue, according to the company's head of advertising, Andrew Gorenstein. In addition, founder Nick Denton has stepped down as president and editorial director Joel Johnson has been removed from his post and will probably leave the company, reports Capital New York. Dec 11, 2014 9:50 AM PT

The Madness Of Queen Shanley

Most developers in Silicon Valley know feminist agitator and Twitter troll Shanley Kane's name from Hacker News, a sort of reddit for the people building social networks. She and her supporters regularly appear to derail discussion and spew the sort of nonsense about "oppression" and "patriarchy" that leaves some asking whether her entire internet persona is a satirical creation designed to discredit feminism. Dec 10, 2014 2:44 AM PT

The Sexodus, Part 2: Dishonest Feminist Panics Leave Male Sexuality In Crisis

Sexual dysfunction is not unique to the twenty-first century—nor, certainly, to the West. Japan's "herbivores"—men who shun sex and prefer saving money and going on long walks to riding motorcycles and flirting with girls—have been well documented and are regarded by social scientists as the best example of male sexuality turning in on itself. Dec 9, 2014 8:55 AM PT

The Sexodus, Part 1: The Men Giving Up On Women And Checking Out Of Society

"My generation of boys is f**ked," says Rupert, a young German video game enthusiast I've been getting to know over the past few months. "Marriage is dead. Divorce means you're screwed for life. Women have given up on monogamy, which makes them uninteresting to us for any serious relationship or raising a family. That's just the way it is. Even if we take the risk, chances are the kids won't be ours. In France, we even have to pay for the kids a wife has through adulterous affairs. Dec 4, 2014 3:34 AM PT

Scientific Proof That Public Debate Is Dominated By Stupid People

Have you ever picked up a newspaper, read a story about the teaching unions and thought: how on earth did these people get into positions of influence? Why is everyone so stupid? Well, you're not alone. And, if a graph that landed on my desk yesterday is right, there's a scientific basis for your frustration: you're probably a lot smarter than they are. Nov 26, 2014 5:14 AM PT

I'm Gay and 'Ass Hunters' is One of the Funniest Games I've Ever Played

The outrage bell is tolling this week over Ass Hunters, a game in which you play a safari hunter who shoots homosexuals with a shotgun, trying to avoid getting molested by them should you fail to shoot enough of the sexually insatiable naked gay jungle rapists. The game is as hilariously silly as it sounds. Nov 25, 2014 4:45 AM PT

International Game Developers' Association's Reputation in Tatters

On Saturday we reported that the International Game Developers' Association had wrongly labelled over ten thousand Twitter accounts "harassers" after the Association endorsed a widely ridiculed and technologically discredited "block bot" made by a feminist agitator with a criminal past. Nov 24, 2014 7:51 AM PT

Game Developers' Association Calls 10,000 Tweeters 'Harassers'–Including Kentucky Fried Chicken

In a sign of how frenzied, panicky and intolerant the games industry establishment has become over the legitimate concerns of ordinary gamers, the International Game Developers' Association branded some 10,425 Twitter accounts, including those of journalists, as harassment "offenders" in a humiliatingly ill-conceived attempt to provide a "blocking tool" to its members. Nov 22, 2014 12:00 PM PT

The Lost Franchise: Why Digimon Deserves a Glorious Renaissance

Japanese culture enjoyed unique purchase on the imaginations of children and teens in the 1990s, creating beloved franchises such as Dragon Ball and Yu-Gi-Oh! In addition to significant financial success, these brands left oversized cultural footprints, thanks to the spread of obsessive fandom behaviours sometimes collectively called otaku. Nov 20, 2014 2:37 AM PT


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