Kim Kardashian is apparently the most dangerous celebrity to Google in the UK (independent.co.uk).
Kim Kardashian topped the list as the most risky celebrity to search in the UK, followed by Naomi Campbell, Kourtney Kardashian, Adele and Caroline Flack.
“The list” being McAfee’s annual Most Dangerous Celebrity list for search results featuring a celebrity name which contain links to potentially malicious sites.
But that’s the UK list, while topping the US version of the list:
Orange Is The New Black actor Ruby Rose was named the Most Dangerous Celebrity on the US version of the list.
Search for details and dirt on the Australian model, DJ, and openly gay Batwoman actress no doubt giving extra virtual dose to the many alt-Right trolling Redditors looking for details and dirt to prove whatever naturalistic fallacy point it is they have stuck up their jacksie that drove her off Twitter (theguardian.com, Aug. 2018).
That’s the UK & US, but what about the rest of the Global village?
Seriously though, is there really a need for US and UK specific lists with the sites visited no matter whether clicked from the US, UK or Timbuktu probably being hosted on Polynesian islands anyway. Does India get its own list? How about Tuvalu with much of its revenue derived from sales of the popular .tv Top Level Domain name? With regards China behind its government sponsored Great Firewall we just won’t know but if not one of the Kardashian-Jenner Korps it‘ll probably be Goddess Ivanka (nbcnews.com, Apr. 2017) which they are holding out hoping to gain possession of in Orange Don’s trade war.
- Avril Lavigne named this years most dangerous celeb to search for (Latest Picks 22nd September 2017)