I think we all know how wrong and false this is. Domain names don't come under DMCA and in no way should this takedown request have been taken seriously and followed upon before discussing with the community. EasyList is still very much a community project.
This is just one of the domains Admiral uses for its ad blocking and serving purposes. If they have sent a DMCA request for this domain then surely others will follow suit if we don't take action right now, i.e., reversing this commit ASAP.
We should not succumb to such false and fake takedown requests especially when we represent such a huge amount of voices.
I was surprised to see no discussion here on such a major and unusual change. Lets bring about a discussion in regards to this topic @smed79 @intense @gorhill @okiehsch @-Mark- @Lanik @MonztA
https://github.com/easylist/easylist/co ... 91321622b3
PS: Please also publish the DMCA Takedown Request publicly @fanboy.
Edit: The domain removed from EasyList is
http://functionalclam.comand the filter removed being:
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