Hacking into HarvardRead Case 2.1: Hacking into Harvard, located on page 71 in your text. As applicants began to defend themselves against the penalties handed out by the business schools, they appealed to both consequentialist and nonconsequentialist criteria to support their actions. Some responded by pointing out that their intention were never malicious, while others argued they did not think checking their application statuses would cause any real harm. Review the case and analyze the actions taken by the students from a Kantian perspective. Consider whether the actions taken by the hackers were permissible according to the standard of universal acceptability.