Intel also found this year that Schumer's peers -- including Kevin Hart (No. 25), Mindy Kaling (30), Kristen Wig (52), Chelsea Handler (54), and Ellen DeGeneres (57) -- grabbed a wide range of spots on the list, and that Bieber's tended to crowd together closer to the top: Drake (No. 13), Katy Perry (14), Justin Timberlake (17), Jennifer Lopez (18), Lady Gaga (19), Nicki Minaj (20), Iggy Azalea (27), Beyoncé (28), and Usher (29).
Intel noted that Schumer's latest achievement underscores the trend of streaming more TV and movie content online. The trend is convenient for consumers, but it's also nice for criminals -- it essentially gives web-savvy vultures more targets and gateways. Doing a general search for anybody in the top 10, for example, comes with an 11-16% chance of malware exposure. Digging for torrents related to those celebs can double or triple that chance.