How to protect your GPTs against instruction leakage or "cracking"

Please don’t shoot the messenger:

Will GPT piracy be a thing when the GPT store lands?

“Oh, if you provide public GPT access, don’t expect privacy”
“Oh, this and oh that.”

Hey, I am here to try to provide some value.

I have studied 100+ GPTs over the course of a weekend, in particular studying the most used GPT instruction protections. And from my observations, people DO care about keeping their stuff private (moat).

You can find a list of dozen+ instructions on the GPT-Analyst repo: GitHub - 0xeb/gpt-analyst: GPT-Analyst: A GPT for GPT analysis and reverse engineering

But, if you want to have a fun half an hour, then watch this entertaining video:

What’s your take?