The difficulty in judging groups like Anonymous is the same problem we can see with any decentralised group, a decentralised activist movement that anyone can potentially claim to be a part of is just a sum of its parts. This same dynamic caused some to criticise the Black Lives Matter movement in 2020, with the violent tactics of some BLM demonstrators being used to bad faith commentators to depict the whole movement as violent. More ethically complex examples have sprung up around armed groups such as the Boogaloo Boys, with some Boogaloo Boys members claiming they are not part of a white supremacist group as widely accepted, but an armed militia tasked with protecting activists from police/state violence, although this is widely disputed. In this way there is the potential for all social activism to go astray, for example some of the extinction rebellion demonstrations in London, targeted workers and commuters, stopping trains, causing bad optics, and doing their movement more harm than good. Individuals within any dencentralised movement have the potential to undermine their movement.