Online costume company removes Halloween costume of Anne Frank following backlash on social media.
- 17 October, 2017 Anne Frank Halloween costume removed amid social media backlash Holloweencostumes.com removed the Anne Frank costume from its website after criticism for 'trivializing her memory'
- 27 October, 2017 Trump welcomes children of the press into the White House for Halloween President Trump welcomes some children of the White House Press Corps into the Oval Office
- 14 November, 2017 There’s a reason we keep hearing so much about Anne Frank lately From anti-Semitic soccer fans to a Halloween costume and a train named after her, disparate headlines underscore interest in the famous Holocaust victim at a time of rising populism and anti-Semitism
- 21 March, 2017 Chat-bot keeps Anne Frank’s story alive Anne Frank House in Amsterdam partners with Facebook to create online chat-bot to answer users' questions life of Holocaust victim.
- 10 October, 2016 Amazon removes ‘sexy burka’ costume from site The Halloween costume was criticized as offensive to Muslims. Amazon removed it following criticism by site users and sent a warning to the sellers.