Andhra Pradesh Film Chamber of Commerce (APFCC), the body that represents the Telugu Film Industry, has launched a mobile app, Indian Movie Cop (IMC), to spread awareness about movie piracy, reports The Economic Times. The application is available for download from the Google Play Store. Users can make use of the app without any registrations but it offers points to registered users to report on piracy. However, it's not clear whether those points could be converted into any offline incentive or the points are just to gamify the app. To register on the app, users need to submit name, email id, password, phone number, and address. When we registered on the app and activated our account, we couldn't find a way to login to the app (we tried on Micromax A90S). While the app allows users to set the app's language from 8 languages, we found…
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