We strongly believe in the free flow of information, and I believe that a digital copy should have the same usage rights as the printed version. That is to say, once you purchase a copy of our magazine, it's yours to keep and do with what you want. If you want to photocopy it and send it to your friend, go for it. If you want to reprint an article for your blog or whatnot, just give proper credit. If you want to email a copy to your friend, have a blast. But I draw the line when it comes to someone making a reproduction and trying to sell it. That's bootlegging, and it's NOT the same as file sharing and it's immoral and evil.
Having said that, I believe that our readership understands that we're a teeny tiny operation and every cent we make counts. Putting up a torrent or a rapidshare of even one issue could hurt us immensely, so I would appreciate it if everyone could refrain from publicly sharing any of their issues for at least a few years, so we can have a chance to establish ourselves in the publishing field and losing a few thousand sales won't hurt us like it would right now.