Spencer Reiss (born 1952 in New York) is a former Newsweek foreign correspondent in Asia, Africa, Middle East and Latin America, now a contributing editor at Wired magazine.He began working for Wired as a senior editor in San Francisco in 1996. He is responsible for covering energy issues, new media, commercial space travel, and the impact technology is having on humans. He is also a frequent contributor to The Wall Street Journal and MIT Technology Review. Reiss is also responsible for directing the program for the annual Monaco Media Forum held in Monte Carlo.
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