This article explores the links between social media and public space within the #Occupy Every­where move­ments. Whereas list­servs and web­sites helped give rise to a wide­spread logic of net­working within the move­ments for global jus­tice of the 1990s–2000s, I argue that social media have con­tributed to an emerging logic of aggre­ga­tion in the more recent #Occupy movements—one that involves the assem­bling of masses of indi­vid­uals from diverse back­grounds within phys­ical spaces.

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