Alison Parker Murder Video – The dad of a shot dead columnist while live on air needs to have film of her homicide transformed into a non-fungible token (NFT) to attempt to eliminate it forever from the web.
Andy Parker’s girl Alison, 24, was killed alongside her cameraman Adam Ward in Roanoke, Virginia, in 2015, by a disappointed previous worker of their TV slot WDBJ.
Mr Parker has pursued for a really long time to have the clasp eliminated from web-based media and YouTube, yet duplicates of the recording actually get huge number of perspectives every day.
Mr Parker told The Independent he was transforming the clasp into a NFT to attempt to attest copyright over the recording to compel tech stages to free it from their systems.He said he had attempted each conceivable road to have the substance taken out from and the choice to make a NFT was an “frantic attempt.”
“Now we’re tossing spaghetti against the divider to see what sticks and that is by all accounts the one that could stick,” he told The Independent.
His little girl’s beau Chris Hurst concocted the thought toward the end of last year and together they made a NFT of the recording, and have “printed” it on the NFT trade site Rarible.
“It is stamped, it’s all set. The subsequent stage is to work with the legitimate group to utilize this thing to perceive how we can pursue Google and Facebook.”