The Arya Stark Method for Dealing with Internet Hackers

"I will find your IP address, and I will…pay you a little visit."

Now that you've got Liam Neeson's Taken phone call down pat, here's another enemy-intimidation quote to add to your repertoire, courtesy of Maisie Williams.

The Game of Thrones actress plays the lead in the made-for-TV movie Cyberbully, which premiered Thursday in the UK and involves a creepy computerized voice that teaches wayward teenagers about Internet safety. While she's taken precautions against becoming another celebrity-hacking victim, the iCloud-less 17-year-old says she simply brushes off any social-media negativity.

"I get trolled just as much as anyone," Williams says in an interview with Grazia. "I try not to take the internet too seriously. The internet's been branded this place of hate, but there's so much more to it." (Hear hear!)

Her Westerosian alter ego, on the other hand, wouldn't be so chill if her private photos were stolen and then distributed like photocopies of Regina George's burn book.

"I don't think Arya would have the best approach," she says. "She'd be finding out their IP addresses and paying them a little visit."

Here, the trailer for her new flick: 

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