Caught the headlines recently about Twitter's new system for blocking tweets on a per-county basis and South Korea's indictment of an activist for reposting messages from the North Korean government's Twitter account? It makes us wonder: Just what are the red lines in the United States for using the microblogging service? After all, we know that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), FBI, and Air Force are all already monitoring Twitter or seeking to develop technology to do so. While the legal terrain here is murky, here are five behaviors you might want to avoid:
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