I could accept this. It would be a reasonable balance to cloaking, as we have all heard of the half hour matches where klingons hide unreasonably and try to bore the other team to death. Science players cant always hunt out klingons, as their tracking and revealing abilities are fairly close range or pot luck depth charges into nowhere. It's like playing "battleships".
It would also have the fantastic effect of scaring people silly. Like seeing a big shadow under the water and knowing it is a shark.
No, this is totally unacceptable. It negates cloak almost completely. One CPB or EP in a group of red dots on the mini and they're all uncloaked.
The point of cloak is that your position is unknown. This makes it known in two dimensional space and it becomes quite simple for already OP'd sci officers/ships to decloak ships, or to just simply see them as they do anyway and fire them up. This is a bug that needs fixing.