We believe that copyright claims for torrents have to be made public before users' online activity can be monitored with the goal of suing. Furthermore, we believe that without a public claim such monitoring would be equivalent to 'honeypot' strategies. This is because, from a user's perspective, any torrent without a public claim is indistinguishable from a torrent created by a copyright owner with the aim of operating a 'honeypot'. We think that this principle should also be applied to any copyright litigations, notifications schemes and preliminary discovery processes.

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