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He began working in technology journalism for The Telegraph before co-running The Kernel, an online magazine, which was devoted to technology journalism, in 2011–13.He was one of the first journalists to cover the Gamergate controversy.Yiannopoulos personally paid six former contributors money that the defunct company was unable to pay.The Independent on Sunday reported that the relaunched publication, based between London and Berlin, would focus on "modern warfare, neuroscience, artificial intelligence, pornography and space travel" from August, but newsletter The Nutshell would not return.The charge arises from a video clip in which he said that sexual relationships between 13-year-old boys and adult men and women can be "perfectly consensual" and positive experiences for the boys.Following the release of the tape, Yiannopoulos was forced out of his position at Breitbart, and lost a contract to publish his autobiography with Simon & Schuster.
He relocated to the United States, where he became a vocal supporter of Donald Trump's presidential candidacy.In October 2017, leaked emails revealed that Yiannopoulos had repeatedly solicited neo-Nazi and white supremacist figures on the alt-right for feedback and story ideas in his work for Breitbart.The leaked emails also showed that his book and many of his Breitbart articles were ghost-written. After being expelled from Simon Langton Grammar School for Boys, he studied at the University of Manchester and Wolfson College, Cambridge but failed to gain a degree from either.In a previous interview, he told The Times: "My mother never really stopped that stuff happening with my stepdad. During a 2012 interview he said of dropping out, "I try to tell myself I'm in good company, but ultimately it doesn't say great things about you unless you go on to terrific success in your own right." He was very much interested in becoming a theatre critic.
However Yiannopoulos' break came with his interest in technology journalism while investigating the subject of women in computing in 2009 for The Daily Telegraph.He denied speculation he had spent the money and blamed a busy schedule.