Is there a way of monitoring access to droplet, if shared among several individuals ?

I collaborate on some projects at times with other people with access to my droplet. I have got DMCA notice twice, but i see no trace of any torrent usage. Asking others on the team hasn’t been much help either, they simply deny it. I work from a university network, and so do others, so the ip doesn’t help, as it’s the same public ip for all users. I am fed up with this and trying to find, if there are better ways to monitor non-root users activity/limit their activity to prevent this from happening ever again. Any suggestions/directions are highly appreciated.

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What is running on your server? and what are users supposed to do on the server for what they require access?, which kind of access they have? FTP, SSH, Web?

You can check #last command to check logins, and logs for FTP access, but we will need more info and details if you want some help here.