I’m glad that net neutrality is dead

May 2nd, 2014

Milo Yiannopoulos on the collapse of a wrongheaded ideological crusade.

Why I think wearable tech is for creeps

April 25th, 2014

Google Glass will never capture the public imagination, writes Milo Yiannopoulos. It’s time to move on to body implants.

Why I rank my friends by income, IQ, and hotness

April 4th, 2014

Milo Yiannopoulos explains why he keeps a database of his friends and colleagues and rates their personal, professional, physical and financial attributes.

Tech City: I hate to say ‘I told you so’

March 28th, 2014

In the first instalment of his new weekly column, Milo Yiannopoulos reflects on Government disasters in east London, Lily Cole’s website and Adolf Hitler.

Advice for aspiring Edward Snowdens

February 14th, 2014

Edward Snowden wasn’t the hero that the American people needed. Greg Stevens looks at why his mission as a whistleblower failed and what the next government leaker should bear in mind.

Is it OK to laugh at Hitler now?

January 13th, 2014

Mein Kampf is sailing to the top of the e-book charts. Jeremy Wilson on how the Nazis are becoming fair game again – and why that might be dangerous.

The anti-sugar campaign is sinister and silly

January 10th, 2014

You don’t bully people into eating more healthily by banning sugar. It’s a cop out designed to grab headlines, says Chris Tilbury.

The menthol ban isn’t just stupid – it’s racist

January 7th, 2014

Milo Yiannopoulos asks why the EU is focusing on menthol cigarettes when there’s nothing different about them except who smokes them.

What is reddit thinking?

December 19th, 2013

What is reddit thinking? Censorship, particularly for political reasons, has no place on the internet’s favourite open forum.

The Nigella and me

December 11th, 2013

None of us should be forced to keep quiet about violence and abuse, says Mic Wright.

San Francisco is imploding

December 10th, 2013

In fair San Francisco where we lay our scene, two houses, both alike in indignity.

What we can learn from fake tears for Paul Walker

December 2nd, 2013

Why do people treat the death of a celebrity as a personal tragedy, but ignore larger-scale suffering much closer to home? Greg Stevens on what we can learn from the untimely death of Paul Walker.

No one is shocked by Miley Cyrus

November 12th, 2013

Jeremy Wilson is tired of all the faux outrage.

Where are all the Renaissance men?

November 11th, 2013

Shocker: well-rounded people do better in life.

Truly headless

October 22nd, 2013

Facebook has made a terrible decision in allowing beheading videos back on its site.

Why I worry about teens on Tumblr

October 21st, 2013

Jeremy Wilson says the amount of pornographic selfies on Tumblr taken by teens is horrifying. Are these young girls getting trapped in a cycle ‘competitive stripping’ and attention-seeking with their peers and celebrity idols?

In defence of revenge porn

October 10th, 2013

We don’t need the law to catch up with technology, people are the ones who need to be doing the catching up, argues Jeremy Wilson.

Why aren’t you scared of Nest Protect?

October 9th, 2013

Greg Stevens wonders why more privacy advocates aren’t complaining about a smoke detector that monitors what’s happening in your home.

Sorry, your dreams just aren’t that interesting

September 30th, 2013

While there are plenty of startups looking to help you share your dreams, they’re probably not that interesting anyway, writes Greg Stevens.

Is ‘Shadow’ the most sinister startup ever?

September 19th, 2013

A New York-based internet start-up wants to take information about your dreams and share it with the world. Thanks but no thanks, says Milo Yiannopoulos.

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