Greg Williams

Editor-in-Chief, Wired UK

Reflecting on a decade in tech journalism – and predicting the innovations to come

1st May 2019

Greg Williams is editor-in-chief of Wired UK. Starting as deputy editor after its relaunch in 2009, he took the top job in 2017. With a UK audience of 1.5m and 4m across the globe, it has grown into a multiplatform business with an award-winning podcast, consultancy and a successful programme of live events. In this in-depth interview, Greg argues the case for investing in longform journalism to tackle the growing anti-science movement, describes how Brussels is leading the fight against the ‘big five’ tech companies that are making “about $150 billion” from European markets every year from our personal data, and reveals how FinTech apps are making the biggest difference not in the west, but in emerging economies.

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