Track repository access by bitbucket account and/or IP address?

I have a private bitbucket repository and I'd like to see who's cloning/pulling/downloading my code. Is there a way to obtain this information resolved to their bitbucket account or by their external IP address?

I turned on Google Analytics, but they hide IP addresses possibly for privacy reasons.

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As a matter of policy, we always instruct repository owners to assume that all users that have been granted access to a private repo have cloned an up-to-date copy.

That's a reasonable assumption, but you're saying verification is not possible? Is there a way to monitor which users are active?

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