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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I'm Glad My Mum Drank While Pregnant... I Might Not Be Here Otherwise

A landmark legal ruling in the UK threatens to criminalise mums-to-be for drinking while pregnant. And although the case that sparked this judgment is undoubtedly horrific, I'm just as worried about the law of unintended consequences... not least because drinking was the only thing that got my mother through her pregnancy. Nov 6, 2014 3:53 AM PT

Here's Why I'll Be Wearing a Native American Headdress Next Halloween

You've probably, at some time in your life, considered showing up to a fancy dress party as a Red Indian--or, as we're obliged to call them these days, a "Native American." You probably didn't then consider the delicate racial politics of your costume choice, innocently believing that dressing up was the sort of perfectly normal, morally neutral thing you do on, say, Halloween. Nov 5, 2014 4:55 AM PT

Let's Not Hold Back Private-Sector Space Flight with Mawkish Headlines

Our national governments' collective appetite for space travel has waned considerably in the past few decades: as citizens have grown restless and dissatisfied with their elected representatives and a series of terrorist attacks and financial crises have forced leaders to focus on domestic and geopolitical problems, the final frontier has been somewhat set aside.  Nov 4, 2014 4:05 AM PT

GCHQ Is Right: Internet Companies Must Do More to Fight Terrorism

Britain's spy agency GCHQ has said that social networks such as Twitter, Facebook, WhatsApp and YouTube are the "command and control networks of choice" for terrorism and that the companies which run them must do more to help combat extremism. GCHQ is right.  Nov 4, 2014 3:41 AM PT

Ebola Crisis Averted: the Homeopaths Are On Their Way!

Wonderful news for concerned Ebola-watchers everywhere: according to the National Center for Homeopathy, a crack team of sugar pill-wielding charlatans is on its way to West Africa to begin "clinical trials." Says the NCH: "We applaud and congratulate this team's dedication and courage in joining the front lines in treating Ebola with homeopathy." Oct 28, 2014 8:18 AM PT

A Creepy, Sinister Sexlessness Is Descending on the Tech World

Bizarre, ill-fated business ideas such as Dattch, the "lesbian social network," are being granted places in high-profile corporate accelerators, while ordinary heterosexual sexuality is being policed like never before at prominent gatherings of entrepreneurs, investors and journalists. What's going wrong in the startup world? Oct 28, 2014 7:39 AM PT

Here's What Will Happen to Games Journalism in the Coming Decade

One question supporters of GamerGate, the consumer revolt against shoddy ethics and bias in video games journalism, often ask me is what a successful campaign outcome might look like. Based on my experience in online media, here's where I think video games journalism is headed. In other words: what GamerGate will ultimately achieve. Oct 23, 2014 4:59 AM PT

Monica Lewinsky's Disingenuous Self-Pity Is the Really Ugly Spectacle

"I was Patient Zero," intoned Monica Lewinsky at the Forbes 30 Under 30 summit this week. (Monica is 41.) "I was the first person to have their reputation completely destroyed worldwide via the internet." She promptly joined Twitter, and started off her digital existence with the hashtag "#HereWeGo". Oct 21, 2014 6:58 AM PT

Wanting to Speak But Having Nothing to Say: Why I Don't Like Beyoncé

“FEMINIST” blared the stage behind Beyoncé at MTV’s Video Music Awards in August this year. No true megastar would feel the need to declare themselves on the subject one way or another, but the stunt was typical of the neediest, most inconsistent and most irritating pop artist of our age Oct 14, 2014 4:21 AM PT

Sorry to Be Rude, But Malala Yousafzai Is Becoming a Bit of a Bore

Few who saw Nobel prize winner Malala Yousafzai – the 17-year-old Pakistani girl who was nearly killed by the Taliban and who then went on to become an activist for female education – finger-wagging about the frivolousness of social media will have failed to notice how this former symbol of defiance has been co-opted by the nannying instincts of the middle-class Western establishment for which she has become a plaything Oct 13, 2014 9:35 AM PT

Why this Mawkish Outpouring of Sympathy for Brooks Newmark MP?

Tory MP Brooks Newmark has announced he will not stand again for Parliament, following revelations that he had a 2-year-long affair and sexted multiple young girls including a reporter posing as a young girl. It was a horrible thing to do to his family, and, sure as night follows day, Newmark has told the press he's "depressed". But why are so many people falling for the sob story?  Oct 13, 2014 1:28 AM PT

How to Lose a Public Relations Battle on the Internet

You can't wage guerrilla warfare armed only with flak cannons. But that's precisely what the gaming and tech media are trying to do with GamerGate, a consumer revolt against unethical press practices that is striking terror into the heart of the video games journalism establishment and rocking developers. Oct 10, 2014 8:09 AM PT


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