The day before Cyber Monday, Amazon’s largest shopping event of the year, the company faced yet another controversy 在进攻的项目在其网站上销售。上周日，亚马逊树圣诞饰品取下，开瓶器等产品特色的奥斯威辛集中营，最大的纳粹集中营的照片在哪里比历史学家更估计一万人，他们中的大多数犹太人被杀害在大屠杀。公司 took down the products after the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum in Poland publicly called on Amazon to act.
“Auschwitz on a bottle opener is rather disturbing and disrespectful,” a tweet from the museum’s official Twitter account read.
“所有销售商都必须遵守我们的销售方针和那些不将受到处分，包括他们的潜力去除账户，”在一份声明中对亚马逊称代言人。 “在产品中去过的问题已删除。”亚马逊 policy on "Offensive and Controversial Materials" bans the sale of “products related to human tragedies and natural disasters,” except for books, movies, and music.
The Auschwitz Museum uncovered more items on Amazon Monday that featured pictures of the concentration camp, including a beach towel printed with a photograph of the notorious German sign at its entrance that reads “Arbeit macht frei,” or work sets you free. The Washington Post discovered similar products, including a Valentine’s Day keychain featuring an image of Berlin’s Holocaust Memorial with the words “I love you” printed over it.
The Auschwitz Museum noted that Wish, another ecommerce platform, was selling 圣诞树饰品与集中营的照片，也是如此。表示该公司希望代言人“对包含可恶的字符或消息的任何产品实施严格的容忍政策。”在Twitter上，愿望 apologized for the items, and said that it does its “best to monitor the listings that are uploaded by sellers who use our platform.”
Amazon and other ecommerce companies have long struggled to remove counterfeit items and offensive products listed for sale among the millions of third-party merchants who use their sites. In January, Amazon took down items 像浴垫和鞋垫，从可兰经经文从理事会美国伊斯兰关系接到投诉后功能。去年夏天，它去掉一个纳粹项链，包括项目后 a report highlighting the products was published by two progressive advocacy groups.