Milo Yiannopoulos is founder and Editor-in-Chief of The Kernel.
Milo specialises in privacy, piracy, technology start-ups, internet culture and the media. He was previously Consulting Editor (Technology) for Telegraph.co.uk and a European contributing editor at TechCrunch.
His writing has also appeared in the Wall Street Journal, the Times, the Observer, the Guardian, WIRED, the Spectator, Corriere della Sera, Directors’ Guild of America Quarterly, the 500 Startups blog, Management Today, L’Osservatore Romano and many other publications in Europe and America.
Milo is Chief Feature Writer for The Catholic Herald. He is an advisor to citizen journalism news service Blottr and he also serves as mentor on the 500 Startups and Springboard accelerator programs, where he advises technology start-ups on marketing and public relations.
In 2011 and again in 2012, Milo was named one of the 100 most influential people in Britain’s digital economy by WIRED magazine. He was inducted into Courvoisier’s The Future 500 in 2012 and he has been profiled by the Observer, Forbes and others.
“Digital media’s Citizen Kane.”
“The pit bull of tech media.”
- The Observer
“Rising star of the Right.”
- The Spectator
“You cynical ignorant fucker.”
- Stephen Fry