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TACTICAL MEDIA is a form of media activism, which often incorporates temporary interventions in public spaces and the media.
Critical Art Ensemble
Guerilla Girls
Carbon Defense League
The Yes Men
Institute for Applied Autonomy (IAA)

Carbon Defense League
Carbon Defense League
The Carbon Defense League was a group of media artists, technologists and critical theorists that have done several large-scale tactical media works since its inception in 1998. Some of their major projects have included Re-Code (2003), a website that enabled people to enter product information into a publicly searchable database, Nintendo Gameboy reverse-engineering and cellphone disruption.

The CDL's mission: "The artist collective Carbon Defense League (CDL), founded in 1998, has used strategies such as online map making, workshopping, storytelling, hacking children’s toys, re-labeling items on store shelves, to create debate where it had previously been suppressed."