Some time ago I was quite critical of Scarlet Imprint, after they (and a few less savory characters joined them) complained about Piracy.
At the time, they were just preparing to – or just had – announce(d) their “Bibliotheque Rouge” books, and had not yet said a word about e-books or digital editions.
In November they announced that they'd be releasing their Rouge books in ebook formats while saying:
“We want the same information which is in our fine editions and hardbacks to be accessible. We have also struggled to buy books, pay rent and put food on the table whilst being committed students of magick.”
This basically means that SI, in my book, can now complain about piracy as much as they want. They've met every criticism that I had initially over the discussion, and they've worked towards making their books accessible. This is something I not only applaud, but I further retract my earlier criticism(s).
Now, I'm still very critical about Llewellyn complaining about low book sales, but that's another matter entirely.