S. Korea Indicts Man for Retweeting N. Korean Posts

South Korean prosecutors indicted a social media and freedom-of-speech activist for reposting messages from the North Korean government’s Twitter account. Park Jung-geun, 23, a photographer who specialized in taking pictures of babies, was detained last month on charges of violating South Korea’s controversial National Security Law, which bans “acts that benefit the enemy” -- North Korea -- but does not clearly define what constitutes such acts.