Thinking about disobedience on the net can be a pretty daunting task. Over 1 billion people are now online. All of human life is (literally) here. There is no category of infamy that is not practiced regularly by someone online. Luckily, in our discussion, we pretty quickly ruled out criminal or aberrant behaviour and focused on more benign, creative naughtiness. We concluded that there are really two kinds of disobedience. Bad: primal, negative, destructive, venal, entropic, infantile (crime, basically) and Good: deliberate, positive, creative, generous, anti-entropic, mature (protest, for instance). I wonder if that would serve as a template for evaluating disobedience in general?