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Source: excite news - Posted by Jen Olson   
Hacks/Cracks An internet hacker has broken into OPEC's Web site to tell the oil cartel in no uncertain terms to lower crude prices and help the world's poor. "I think I speak for everyone out there (the entire planet) when I say . . . An internet hacker has broken into OPEC's Web site to tell the oil cartel in no uncertain terms to lower crude prices and help the world's poor. "I think I speak for everyone out there (the entire planet) when I say to you guys to get your collective asses in gear with the crude price," the hacker says on the cartel's opening page. "We really need to focus on the poverty-stricken countries, who don't even have enough money for aspirin, let alone exorbidant (sic) prices for heating oil.

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