Good point. To use a phrase that you’re fond of, there is no bright-line test for “what upsets the government enough for them to make your life hard”.
There are apps out there now for twitter that will erase your public history a chunk at a time, so you can set yourself as private and then eliminate the history that you’ve left around online (after backing up, should that be your wish). Herein of course is why the government would want your passwords: to see what you tweeted in private.
And there’s a good argument for “the US govt would be dumb to do that, because other governments would retaliate in kind” but actually, from the point of view of governments around the world who thrive on this kind of thing, is that a bad idea?
(I’m riffing now, as though we were down the pub…)