In regards to the Baby Wear issue
Great informative article. I was not aware of the issues surrounding Aconex and how Redbubble's issues were affecting the CEO in this regard.
You wrote that, "This week RedBubble also changed its policy on children's clothing after outrage over Hipster Hitler kids wear."
Actually, Redbubble did not change it's policy on children's clothing over Hipster Hitler kids wear. Hipster Hitler had removed his shirts from the child and baby wear long ago.
Redbubble were recently pressured into changing it's policy on child and baby wear because of the numerous media articles about serial killers faces adorning baby wear. (Including Charles Manson, Ted Bundy, serial killer and cannibal - Albert Fish, Hitler, Osama bin Laden to Ivan Milet and more.)
I wrote a letter to various media agencies and child protection organizations regarding this issue.
Susie O'Brien of the Herald Sun Melbourne contacted me and used the information I provided her for her article, which has spread all across the web, and was printed in hard copy as well.
I wrote a blog about what drove me to write my letter and send it to the media and to child protection organizations (also to the Australian Family Association).
You can read my blog here:
"Blowing the Whistle on Redbubble's Serial Killer Baby Wear"
It's a shame it had to come to this. Had some ethical decisions been made from the start, none of this would be happening right now.