Heck, I'm not exactly concerned. When I sent them the initial e-mail, they asked me if I knew of any particular names that were able to log in. I told them that aside from myself, I didn't know of anyone, and that it was just information floating out there on the internet. I was not anonymous- I used the e-mail that I used for my application, included my name, etc. They thanked me for the e-mail, said that they appreciated having it brought to their attention so that they could stem whatever damage was being done to peoples' psyches, and that was that.If GULC wants to deny me admission because I plugged my username and password in to a webpage, that is certainly within its right to do. Something tells me that they will not do that, though. Furthermore, I am fairly certain that if any "snitching" was to have an affect, it would be "snitching" on PublicInterestLawNYC to the Chicago admissions folks; I can't imagine any school would want such a person. That said, I am NOT condoning that people try to "snitch" on PIL, because that would be childish and immature. Why would GULC admission ask you if you know any names (who tried or logged in) if they did not want to take some type of action???I got out of teaching to avoid this "teacher teacher, they're picking on me!" idiocy in the first place.