Since the folks in the "biz" simply type in a filename, see who's sharing it, start the download, nail down the IP, and then off goes that magical letter to your ISP.
Then here's my question, since a file is identified by the "hash" and not the name, then if something were put in verifieds and named "whatever", how would they find that.
I thought about this when a supposed letter was mailed to someone who had downloaded a fake, and it sat on their drive overnight, while being uploaded. This means if true, they don't even check the actual content of what your sharing, just the name.
I see new walls to hind behind already.