Back in 2011 I facilitated a couple workshops that explored what civil disobedience might look like using emerging technologies to address new challenges. This was the reading list, and I think the ideas are still relevant.

Strategy
Is Strategy an Illusion?

Nonviolent Conflict Theory
On Strategic Nonviolent Conflict
From Dictatorship to Democracy
Self Liberation:A Guide to Strategic Planning for Action to End a Dictatorship or Other Oppression
Social Movement Tactics, Organizational Change and the Spread of African-American Studies
Nonviolent Struggle: 50 crucial points
Media Strategies and Political Projects: A Comparative Study of Social Movements
Conceptualizing Political Opportunity

Digital Activism
Digital Activism Decoded
Digital Resistance by the Critical Art Ensemble

Police Responses
NYPD Protest Policing
Ordering Dissent
Understanding State Responses to Left- versus Right-Wing Threats

4th Generation Warfare
Understanding Fourth Generation War
The Fallacies of Fourth and Fifth Generation Warfare
How to Fight a Fourth Generation Insurtgency

The T.A.Z.
The Temporary Autonomous Zone, Ontological Anarchy, Poetic Terrorism

Futurism: Economics
The Lights in the Tunnel