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Mobile app launched to fight piracy

IndiaGlitz [Wednesday, April 10, 2013]
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A mobile application was launched to combat against movie piracy in Hyderabad. The application was  designed by the Andhra Pradesh Film Chamber of Commerce with the help of the US Consulate general.

The application, which is called 'Indian Movie Cop' was launched by Nancy J Powell, the US Ambassador to India. It will be available as a free download on Mac's App Store and it provides movie lovers with trailers, plot synopses, theatres and show times of films.

It also helps to report piracy in real time in any one of the eight Indian languages.



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