The Silicon Valley set has been abuzz this week after TechCrunch published private Twitter documents obtained by a hacker. Said secret documents went up on Tuesday and include, according to Baynewser, "everything from growth projections to job applicant resumes to personal credit card numbers" to tales about business-to-celebrity relationships. Needless to say, the docs are way too smart and far too tech-ish for us to understand -- lots of fancy code and ones and zeros, we can only assume -- but Twitter is none too thrilled. Rightfully so. However, the posting of the hacker-cracked documents are protected by the First Amendment, or so says the Citizen Media Law Project. In the end, though, everyone will come out of this relatively unscathed; just a little bit of internet drama to snack on. Nothing to see here. Go back to following @newsomshair.