, the Hollywood star has unveiled the new technology that helps the users to spy the global fishing practices. The technology will help more to identify the illegal ocean activities and rebuild the fishing stock. It is named as Global Fishing Watch and it was released to the public officially, yesterday. In the conference, DiCaprio said, “Today, this unprecedented technology is available to everyone in the world. I encourage everyone to go check it out," As per the UN Food and Agriculture Organization, the latest technology will empower the people to become global advocates of the oceans. The technology is available at GlobalFishing Watch.Org. To avoid overfishing, the technology has been launched. John Amos is one of the three partners of the project, is the President of SkyTruth. At the launch, Amos said, “Some of the planet's largest fishes like tuna and swordfish are below 10 percent in the total number. With the satellite technology and radar aboard boats, the platform allows people to find in on areas of interest around the world and trace the paths of 35,000 commercial fishing vessels. It gives the public an opportunity to see what is happening, even out in the middle of the ocean.We need the public to be engaged in convincing governments and convince the seafood industry that they need to solve the problems of overfishing."