chup wrote:Clearlynotstefan wrote:To be fair, discussing the content of the passages is not inherently illegal, as the passages are excerpts from other published works... Using that information to undermine the validity of the test is wrong, but in itself direct quotation of actual RC passages isn't by default illegal...to my knowledge at least.
That said, I don't participate in discussing the test, I prefer to play it safe, and most importantly I signed a document saying I wouldn't, and I'd hate to base the rest of my legal career on a lie.
This is an internet forum and we are not police officers. "Illegality" is not the standard for what's kosher and what's not.
I'm not responding to whats "kosher", I'm responding to the constant threats of legal prosecution made by security personnel representing the LSAC.