For those books to fall under public domain, they must have been printed prior to 1964 and not had their copyright's renewed. The original creator of those scanned books assured myself and many others that they were not renewed by the WTS. If that is the case, the WTS can do nothing about those books being online in complete form.
As the email from my ISP said, "images" and "letters" were the complaint. "Letters" could only refer to the BOE letters, and "images" could be in reference to the digital form of those letters. But until I receive a copy of this complaint, I have no clue as to what the WTS is barking about.
Skally, I am not in fear of the WTS, but rather just trying to maintain my anonymous ties to the website. Very few people on this board know me personally and I trust that they would never rat me out. Typically, if someone I do not know tries to correspond with me, I will use anonymous mail systems, proxies, etc. But if someone from this board who is a long-time member corresponds, I do not use those hidden resources. I just hope I never offend someone enough to warrant them sending any of my personal information to the WTS.
And for those who are still interested in the BOE letters, I may know where to find a zipped copy of them on the web. If you IM me, I might recall where they are located.