So, now that we've finished iteration eleventy-nine of the Great Ebook Piracy Debate, I've just learned about a site y'all might want to be aware of, and contact your publishers to send takedown notices:
It has a very slick, professional, "legitimate" presentation, but it's a pirate site charging a subscription fee for unlimited access to pirated eBooks.
Their DMCA notice page is an audicious bit of chutzpah: basically, "Jump through all these hoops to prove that this is your copyrighted work and you don't want it here, and we'll take it down, honest."
A few points:
1. I can easily see the average person believing it's a perfectly legitimate and legal service.
2. The people running this site are doubly dirty, since they are offering nothing that couldn't be downloaded for free on torrent sites.
3. I know of no one on the "pro-piracy" side of the debate who condones a third party charging money for pirated ebooks. So these people are unambiguously scumbags.