The chanting of Occupy Wall Street seems so 20th century.
Now activists have a mobile tool to highlight inequality. That's Homesnap. It's an app that allows anyone to take a photo of a house and automatically find out data ranging from square footage to, ah-ha, the market value. Here is the coverage in Tech Crunch.
Here's a likely scenario. The owner of Company X is accused of allowing unsafe conditions to exist in the workplace. Activists can simply zip by the owner's home, snap a photo and then immediately make known the alleged miscreant lives in a 7,000 square foot mansion worth $6 million. Those details could trigger days of rage.