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In March 2020, following the raiding of Norbert de Jonge's home (related to "concerns" about the "continuation" of the banned organization Vereniging MARTIJN), admin placed a message on the site urging users to archive the site.[1]

In May 2022, the site was taken over by a friend of Uittenbogaard, the journalist Anton Dautzenberg.[2]

In May 2023, the site was archived and taken over by a Pediverse instance owner, after coming offline. This followed a legal request from Dutch public prosecutors for Dautzenberg to cease his activity as publisher of the now-inactive site, something which the site's host was forced to comply with.