Social media has ambivalent effects on how we do self-presentation, relationships and protest. They are uncertain to the extent that experiences of citizenship are fluid and typically feature tensions related to feelings of belonging and not belonging, alongside different perceptions of the area to which Indigenous Australians feel that they can engage and influence issues of concern. Ambivalence arguably heightened in the lives of Indigenous Australians who experience particularly acute forms of vulnerability, marginalisation and precarity compared to non-Indigenous in general. Social media will intensify and amplify the current regimes of community and self-surveillance. Many are selective about what they had posted online for fear of racist or violent responses. Sometimes it is the fear of discrimination and prejudice.