What is the difference between an “information line” and a “picket line”?

An “information line” can involve demonstrations and leafleting or signs being held up by members at entrances or in front of buildings in a non-intimidating manner, but the purpose of an “information line” is to inform others and demonstrate, not attempt to block entry to a worksite or intimidate.

A “picket line” is a boundary established by workers on strike, that others are asked not to cross. Picket lines involve signs and placards being carried on the border of a worksite displayed in a manner that would cause others to believe they are picket signs, gathering in an intimidating manner making it difficult for others to cross the line, or refusing to allow people to cross the line, impeding access to or blocking entry to a worksite.