We analyze how Facebook constructs sharing, explore how online protest is built, and critique media, safety and attribution on Twitter. We discuss moral panic and contested digital space, and anti-blackness and misogynoir on social networks. We expose how social media activism and women’s organization is co-opted to promote harmful legislation. We describe common derailing strategies used in the open source community, and think through what it means to be “visible” on the internet. Header image CC-BY Eric Fischer, cropped and filtered.