McAfee came out with a report that maps the most dangerous places to surf the Web according to national domain name suffixes, with Hong Kong’s .hk beating out Tokelau, a tiny island of 1,500 inhabitants in the South Pacific where under-reported online crimes must have suddenly subsided.

Other wrong-side-of-the-domain-root-server locales included China, the Philippines and Russia. Where was Canada’s .ca, you might ask? Nowhere to be seen. Kind of like its presence on the Web itself.

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