Yes, it's the same website with a new name. The term "deceptive pattern" is now being used in place of "dark patterns" in an effort to be clearer and more inclusive.
Harry Brignull is the UX specialist who started this campaign against deceptive patterns in 2010 (formerly darkpatterns.org). Harry also provides expert witness services. If there’s something specific you’d like to know, Harry welcomes enquiries - you can find out more on his website: testimonium.co.
Use Twitter to spread the word. It's a really effective way to put pressure onto companies to stop doing this sort of thing
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This website has been around for many years. Lots of people have helped out a lot along the way, including: Alastair Driver, Marc Miquel, Alex Goluszko, James Offer, Joe Dollar-Smirnov, Mart Gordon and Jeremy Rosenberg.