The World Economic Forum (WEF) published an illustrated article about how the internet crosses the ocean.
However in doing so, the map they used managed to leave off one very important country: New Zealand.
The poor social media handlers at WEF have been bombarded since tweeting the article, as many angry Kiwis demanded to know where their country is.
"Where the f is New Zealand?" wrote one Twitter user, while another joked "Is it because New Zealand is actually now Middle Earth and Narnia?"
And while some were outraged, others pointed out that maybe we should be grateful that everyone forgets about us.
"I don't know why people are complaining. Nobody can target you in a nuclear holocaust if they don't know you exist."
Here are some examples of
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