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This article discusses Indonesian cyber society activeties and its configuration on social media which considered being able to encourage social movements, for instance Defending Islam Action, subsequently well known as 'Defending Islam Action 212'. This article argues that netizens' activities on social media turned out to involve various class variants and social status and are able to encourage the ' Defending Islam Action'. Moreover, the social formation and activities of netizens on thedoi:10.15642/jki.2018.1.1.19-40 fatcat:lqzietfzzrek3anov4lq5l6it4