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Hawking radiation is applied to all black holes, assuming that is what you are referring to.
Just because of a smaller black holes size it's going to be more "noticeable" or relevant in regards to context.
However, even with that in mind, I don't necessarily think that suggests smaller black holes are not dangerous?
They are still incredibly dangerous, there is a significantly smaller marginal room for error due to the effects of gravity being more heavily felt at the event horizon - thus resulting you in immediately feeling the effects of 'spaghetification".
Whereas in larger black holes, like Sagittarius, one could in theory pass through the event horizon without feeling the effects of the gravity in comparable severity. So basically, if you were flying your space ship through the vast deepness of space, you'd much rather run into a supermassive than a tiny black hole.
Small black holes dissipate before they can do any harm. The smaller a black hole is, the quicker it radiates mass.
That is assuming the rate is growth does not exceed the rate of dissipation.
If we are talking about black holes literally so small that they would dissipate in moments, then sure. But that's essentially irrelevant data.
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