In April, hackers broke into Sony's PlayStation Network and stole data from more than 77 million accounts.
Yesterday, 2nd June, Sony said that they were restoring the PlayStation Network in the US and Europe, and said it had beefed up its security systems.
Less than 24 hours later hackers have gone one better. Not only have millions of accounts been compromised, but the entire Headquarters in Tokyo has simply vanished into thin air. Eyewitnesses say that the building appeared to pixelate for a few seconds and then just disappear. Unconfirmed reports say that it has reappeared in Pyongyang, capital of North Korea.
In a statement from the hacking co-operative Lulz Security, they say, "That's the trouble with Japanese hacking. You do one, then half an hour later you're ready for another one."