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Lens Rejected *Potentially offensive to a group of individuals?* WHY ??

  • it had gotten 350k views and then got removed :(

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  • Hi MiitchU, after seeing your preview of the lens. The reason why Snap would mark it copyright at first is the lens uses for the image in the sunglasses is using a snap lenses and not yours. And other reasoning snap says it is offenses to some users is the image and text used in the sunglasses can be Disturbing to some or many users on snap.

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  • Been there.  I had several lenses that were harmless rejected for the same reason.  They were not offensive on any level.  I ask support at minimum 12 different times why it was rejected and was ignored every single time.  They only said it violated the rules and would not give me specifics.  Nor would they look at it again.  Once it was flagged that was pretty much it.

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