I dunno he just. Blocks me repeatedly, also some of my friends also got it like at least a friend's girlfriend for no reason, could also be from following HG101, I remember he had "HG101 is cancer" on his Twitter bio.
He mentioned at one point, after finally returning following the whole debacle, that he had some sort of dynamic script or setting or something set up that autoblocked anybody who followed HG101 as a way of denying the angry mob access to him, and even commented that he might have caught a few innocent people in the mix, but he didn't really care if it kept the sycophants off of him. Basically, if you're following HG101, you did so at the cost of being able to view or interact with DDS. He probably wasn't blocking you personally, but just among the chunk of people that decided they still wanted to follow HG101 after his reprehensible behavior.
That said, it's kind of a moot point right now, as his twitter is still wiped clean or completely private and has been for close to a month now, along with the site he shared the projects he, Tom and Pascal worked on together being gone. Whether he still owns the domain and just decided to wipe the site for now with the ability to restore it at a later date or just gave up on it altogether is anyone's guess. As Mugi mentioned, Tom is still around and hasn't given any indication otherwise. He shared a random retweet of an Ihatovo concert after DDS went private, so it's likely that whatever prompted DDS's departure didn't affect him, as he was pretty known for being relatively quiet on Twitter and periodically purging all of his tweets for his own privacy. Tom isn't really acting any differently than he has been for a long time. Pascal is still doing his thing, being an awesome sprite artist. DDS is the only one that basically dipped completely and has no indication of why or if he'll ever be back. The fact that he didn't just delete his twitter altogether but just privated/deleted all the tweets seems to indicate a willingness to return in the future, but that's really just wishful thinking on my part.
It's a real shame, as that trio made a *damn* good team and cranked out some masterpiece games that had gone untranslated for far too long, and did it in crazy short periods of time too. I just hope that whatever the circumstances, they're all happy and doing what's best for them. Honestly, if I found myself in DDS's shoes and still wanted to translate games for fun/as a hobby, I'd likely just go completely radio silent until a project was done, release it into the wild and make myself scarce. Nobody harassing you about when the game is gonna be done, the choices you're making in translation, and no way for them to heap abuse directly onto you if someone decides to be crazy. It's very possible he's just in internet hermitage and never intends to come out. I mean, someone literally commented that they'd "almost given up hope" for one of their projects that had just been announced a month and a half earlier, had regular updates about progress, and had just the week before gotten a huge game info page put together and shared about it with a message that it wasn't ready yet but would be soon. That would be enough to make me just walk away for good too.