The two t-shirts formerly offered for sale on this blog ("Pew Pew" and "Daddy Says the Prequels Suck") have been removed by Zazzle. I got this e-mail explaining the decision:
Thank you for your interest in Zazzle.com, and thank you for publishing products on Zazzle.
Unfortunately, it appears that your product, Daddy says the prequels suck, contains content that is in conflict with one or more of our acceptable content guidelines.
We will be removing this product from the Zazzle Marketplace shortly.
The details of the product being removed are listed below:
Product Title: Daddy says the prequels suck
Product Type: zazzle_shirt
Product ID: 235556885502242453
Result: Not Approved
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It appears that Zazzle takes the view that merely using a font suggestive of Star Wars on a t-shirt may constitute a copyright violation. Is this paranoia or an accurate reflection of current US copyright law?