The Internet allows movements to innovate our tactics in real time. From the moment when a new tactic emerges in one city, it can be deployed in another city.
The Internet is a double-edged sword.
In the early stages, the Internet is very important for social movements. However, over time, the Internet becomes harmful because things start to look better online than in real life. This happened with Occupy. The protest looked better on Facebook than it did in the streets. This is negative because people start to prefer the online experience to the real world.