Techdirt notes that we're offline and write "Adland Shuts Down After Web Host Complies With Bullshit DMCA Notice" on Fri, Sep 27th 2019.
David Burn did a proper interview here: "Åsk Wäppling’s Adland Torpedoed By “Nuisance DMCA” asking the questions that many others also wondered about, so I was happy to get to answer these publically.
The SF Egotist, another advertising blog that has been around for years reported on the demies of Adland here. "Adland shut down over DMCA takedown"
There is one advertising website that has been around longer than Adland has, and it is the Brazilian BlueBus site that premiered in 1995, a whole year before us. They noted the death of Adland in this article here.
Resumé rapporterar om Adland's plötsliga nedläggning som hotar bli permanent. Det finns en arkiverad länk här.
Lawyer Ron Coleman, who blogs "on the law affecting brands, the Internet & free speech" at Likelihood of Confusion noted dryly that:
A site called Reclaim the Internet was the first out to report that "World’s largest and oldest commercial archive Adland taken offline after questionable DMCA claim" (archive link)
Resumé Magazine, the "Campaign" of Sweden if you will, found Kidsleepy's rant about Nike's "Dream Crazy" campaign and reported on the similarity to "Think Different".
"In Resume's weekend interview, freelance art director Åsk Wäppling talks about his constant admiration for the power of advertising, exclusion in the advertising industry and his life project Adland."