Kristen is the "most clickable celebrity" on the web during the period of June 1 to August 31, according to data compiled by web traffic generator MGID.
The "Click Factor" tracks clicks on MGID-run applications on thousands of sites, judged by volume of clicks and stories, editorial placements, searches and more.
Kristen scores a "click factor" of nine, ahead of Beyonce on eight, Nicki Minaj on 7.3, Selena Gomez on 6.7, Kim Kardashian on six, Emma Watson on 5.3, Megan Fox on five, porn-turned-Bollywood star Sunny Leone on four, Justin Bieber on three, and poor li'l Prince Harry on 2.3.
Kristen's cheating scandal put her high on the wave of headlines during July and August, while Prince Harry's nude photo leak scraped in during the last week of August.
Harry Potter star Emma Watson shares the dubious honour of being both highly clickable and the "most dangerous online celebrity".
Internet security company McAfee has published an annual round-up of the famous names most likely to take you to a dodgy site. Nearly one in eight searches for the 22-year-old British actress leads to sites with malicious software used by cyber criminals to steal personal details and passwords.
Right behind Emma on the list are Jessica Biel, Eva Mendes, Selena Gomez and Halle Berry, but the nearest "dangerous" male is US late show host Jimmy Kimmel at number 13. Because men are totally not dangerous ...
Having lots of headlines doesn't make you any more hacker-friendly. Tabloid staples Tom Cruise, Katie Holmes, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart didn't even manage to crack the top 50.
Particularly risky sites are those celebrity searches with the words "free downloads" and "nude pictures" who'd a thunk it?
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