Citing an “unwanted effect,” Nespapers ads are no longer appearing on its websites.
A spokesman for the magazine said it was investigating.
“The ads are being removed from our websites,” the spokesman said.
“Nespapers is investigating.”
A spokeswoman for the Nespapedia, a nonprofit website that tracks the history of online advertising, said that Nespaps ads are still visible on the site.
“If you visit any of our sites you will see ads that are currently visible to you,” the spokeswoman said in an email.
Nespams ads can appear on the website of newspapers, magazines and other websites.
Naps ads appear to be a popular trend among online advertisers, and it’s one that has come up in many cases as publishers have been hit with a barrage of lawsuits over the past year.
The suit is being brought by a group called Nespablisme, a name that means “not to give one’s name.”
The Naps campaign, which has since been renamed to Stop Naps, was launched by an unnamed publisher earlier this year.
A spokesperson for the publisher said it had no comment on the lawsuit.
The complaint says that Naps advertisements were “disparaging and disrespectful to the Naps and the Nap community.”
A Naps spokesperson said that the lawsuit “doesn’t have anything to do with the advertising.”
“The ad campaign is based on facts and was never intended to be disrespectful or demeaning to Naps,” the Nips spokesperson said in a statement.
Nespa has been criticized in recent years for what some say is a lack of transparency about its advertising policies.
The Nespanews.com, which is run by Nespampedia, says it’s a place where people can share tips and advice on “everything from how to be more successful as a writer, editor or producer to the best ways to create content.”
It says it is a place “to share stories and ideas and learn from each other.”