Shares in Lego rose dramatically on the Stock Exchange on news that the firm have produced a computer that is 'hack proof'. Built in a style always associated with Lego this computer can do anything all other computers do, given a little adjustment.
Bobby Wood, a Sales executive at Lego explained that this breakthrough had come 'after years of research involving the best internet brains.'
Anonymous, the group that floats in the atmosphere and stops computers working, is worried by the development. 'If the enemies of freedom get hold of these computers we are finished. We might as well hand the keys of the prison to the authorities. We will be out for the count' declared someone calling themselves Aye Aye.
Wood said Aye Aye was right 'Lego computers are the future and anonymous can go back to being unknown.'
From his prison cell in Wandsworth Julian Assange sent a message via a website controlled by a powerful cartel practically running the prison. In this he said Wikileaks had got all the secrets from Lego and would be publishing them shortly. 'We are not going to let Lego stand in our way' he declared.
So the Cyber War heats up. No one knows what will happen next.