Now a software will help to stop film piracy in India

According to some research, it has been told that Indian film industry is having more than 19 thousand crores loss every year due to piracy. Now the solution of this big market of piracy has been revealed by a firm of Delhi. According to estimates the people who are related to piracy are 70 percents are Indian and 10 percents are Pakistani. According to an exclusive report of leading daily, This Delhi-based firm has claimed to develop a software CopCorn which will help to stop piracy. Let me tell you that it can also affect the revenue of Indian government by getting from making a copy from original print of the film. Voyager Infosys Pvt Ltd has claimed of making this software. The director of this company Jiten Jain has told our engineers have developed online monitoring system CopCorn and it will track the films leaked on the internet. With this, it also tracks the people who are uploading or downloading these movies on torrent links. The firm has claimed that this software works on a global level with the accuracy of 98 percent. Besides this one special coding has inbuilt in this software which will stop the leaked films on going to different sites. Jiten Jain said that they have tried to know about the piracy of Kahaani 2 through CopCorn and during the release of the film more than 1.50 lakhs people tried to download it through torrents. Let me tell you that last year Bollywood has faced a huge loss of piracy with the films like Great Grand Masti, Udta Punjab, Manjhi - The mountain, and others.