Whatever you do, don't google these stars! Amy Schumer was named the most dangerous celebrity to search for on the internet in 2016.
Intel Security announced Tuesday, September 27, that the Trainwreck actress, 35, topped its 10th annual McAfee Most Dangerous Celebrities list of actors, athletes, musicians, comedians and more.
According to the study, an online search for Schumer results a 16.11 percent chance of an internet user coming across a website that carries viruses or malware.
Intel Security cited Schumer's rise to fame as the reason she topped the 2016 list. The comedienne released her memoir, The Girl With the Lower Back Tattoo, last month and is currently in the midst of her first world tour. Her Comedy Central show, Inside Amy Schumer, is also a hit, earning a Peabody Award and three Primetime Emmys.
"People can't get enough of her sassy jokes, making her a prime target for cybercriminals who want to capitalize on her popularity," McAfee's report stated.
As for Intel Security's tips for surfing the web safely? Always go directly to the original source (i.e. Comedy Central's website) rather than clicking on a random website. Also, avoid torrent searches, and think twice before entering your personal information online.
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