Twitter fans, listen up: Your “tweets” could land you or your employer in legal hot water.

That’s what lawyers are advising about the latest social networking craze known as Twitter, a free blogging service that lets users post short answers, known as “tweets,” to one simple question: What are you doing? The answers can’t be longer than 140 characters and are shared among designated friends and colleagues who follow one another in cyberspace.

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