A father is trying to expunge his daughter’s murder from the Internet by creating an NFT of the horrifying video

This 17-second clip was recorded by videographer Adam Ward on Aug. 26, 2015, as he and the reporter Alison Parker were fatally shot by a disgruntled former colleague while reporting near Roanoke.

Broadcast live, the horrifying footage quickly went viral, viewed millions of times on Facebook, YouTube, and other sites.

Andy Parker, Alison’s father, is fighting to get copyright over the video of Alison Parker’s shooting in a bid to remove it from social media.

Now the video becomes an NFT. The current law doesn’t help much at this moment, but the platforms may still be subject to copyright claims if they don’t remove infringing content, and experts say a lawsuit alleging the video is copyrighted material could offer Parker a more effective path to getting it taken down.

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