Thinking that the whole CafePress Anti-Mexican mess was over after the latest snafu (F*ck Illegals), we wanted to go back to the site and make sure that one of the world's top websites was closely enforcing its process again. The first thing we did was check over the company's content policy, which we posted here as well:
General Guidelines for Prohibited Content
The list outlined above should NOT be construed as an exhaustive list of offensive material but rather as a general guideline for you to follow.
PLEASE NOTE: CafePress has millions of users from varied backgrounds, beliefs, and cultures, who differ in their views about what is considered offensive and acceptable. We recognize that with such global diversity there will be differences about what is considered offensive and that someone somewhere in the world may be offended by the opinions, perspectives and creative expressions of some of our users. We ask that all users respect each others' right to express themselves in a manner consistent with this Content Usage Policy.
Then we decided to check it out one last time to see that all was well. Looks like it's not and it is clear to us that CafePress continues to violate its own company policy. They might also need some programmers to filter words like "F***" and ethnic slurs as well. Because, right now on CafePress, you can search the following terms and you will get products:
Other terms you can search for right now on CafePress are:
We are pretty sure that CafePress will take these pages down now since they are all clear violations, but the question remains: why were they even up in the first place and why can you search products by racial slurs? And why are these product tagged with these racial slurs? CafePress says that they need to review 120,000 images a week to determine what is appropriate and what is not, so they might have missed some of these violations. Maybe they should consider cutting back on their product offerings and going back to humans checking things instead of servers that are not doing the job?