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.


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The List: Every Journalist in the GameJournoPros Group Revealed

Last week, Breitbart News revealed a secret video game journalist mailing list used by a clique of influential writers, editors, and bloggers, some of whom attempted to bully their colleagues with it in an attempt to shape the news agenda for political purposes. Sep 22, 2014 4:43 AM PT

Why Men Cheat WITH Me, But Not on Me

I've never been cheated on, obviously. But I know a cheater when I see one, which is perhaps why I've been invited to host and judge the first National Adultery Awards later this month. The Awards are run by Illicit Encounters, a website that says it's the UK's number one dating service for married people. Yes. Just let that sink in for a minute. Sep 20, 2014 4:04 AM PT

The E-mails That Prove Video Games Journalism Must be Reformed

In light of our revelations about the secret gaming journalism mailing list GameJournoPros, few can doubt that damaging groupthink has taken hold of the video games journalism establishment. But quite how absurdly close to their subjects some gaming journalists are has been laid bare in black and white thanks to the leak of hundreds of emails from this private mailing list, which has been used by some games industry journalists to aggressively influence the opinions, policies and reporting priorities of other publications.  Sep 18, 2014 4:12 PM PT

Bradley Manning says 'Let ISIS Succeed.' I say 'Shut That Cell Door!'

Have they cut it off yet? The penis attached to traitorous transsexual "Chelsea" Manning, I mean. How else to explain the level of feverish disturbance necessary for the former Private Bradley to pen an op-ed saying we should "let ISIS succeed" in its mission to destroy half the Middle East, murdering, raping and torturing anyone in its way Sep 16, 2014 9:55 AM PT

Apple and U2: Perfect for Each Other, But a Nightmare for the Rest of Us

Picture the two. One is a bland, middle-aged act, coasting on former success but still wildly profitable among old white men with spreading waistlines. The other is rock band U2. On the face of it, Bono and his bandmates represent an ideal soulmate for Apple. Both institutions are entering a flatulent, post-hit period and probably regard one another as the epitome of cool. Sep 16, 2014 7:36 AM PT

GamerGate: Angry Feminists, Unethical Journalists Are the Ones Not Welcome in the Gaming Community

The video game community is perhaps the most inclusive, gender neutral and colourblind on the internet. It's also remarkably diverse, producing such offbeat pleasures as My Ex-Boyfriend The Space Tyrant and Gender Bender DNA Twister Extreme. So it was a strange choice of target for feminist culture warriors, who heaved ominously into view a few years ago, like the genocidal, psychopathic aliens in Independence Day. Sep 15, 2014 1:35 PM PT

Why Does Russell Brand Have Such Absolutely Awful Taste in Allies?

Can Russell Brand's awful choice of friends and colleagues explain what Max Wind-Cowie, writing in the Catholic Herald, calls his "dangerous ignorance"? Yes, I think it can, if he's taking moral or intellectual cues from the sort of people who have been spotted sucking up to him in the last twelve months. Sep 8, 2014 4:35 AM PT

Owen Jones Gives a Masterclass In How Not to Launch a Book

Owen Jones is being trolled. No, don't all rush for the tissues at once. What's happened is that Jones's new book, The Establishment, was targeted by what the Lefty author calls "right-wing trolls." One-star reviews appeared on Amazon within hours of the title becoming available to assessment by the public. The only thing to do, apparently, was make an impassioned plea to Facebook. Sep 5, 2014 12:59 AM PT

Why I Will Miss Joan Rivers

I met Joan Rivers only once, though I'd been going to her shows for years. It was in 2007, at a birthday party thrown for a mutual friend in New York. Meeting her was like meeting Margaret Thatcher, which I also did a few times just before the latter passed. Each possessed a unique sort of charisma that can only be described as transcendent: something in their eyes that commanded obeisance and adoration. Sep 4, 2014 3:48 PM PT

Who's to Blame for Nude Photos of Jennifer Lawrence Leaking?

In a word: Jennifer Lawrence. Alright, that was two words. But who else is really to blame for this mess? In case you missed the news, nude full frontals of the Hunger Games actress are doing the rounds today after a hacker, who says he got in to Apple's iCloud service, dumped a load of them on the net Sep 1, 2014 9:47 AM PT

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