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uneven application of copyright and lenses taken down

  • This is definitely a big issue, hopefully one of the lens studio devs or admins sees this.

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  • Hey, Alice so I actually created a 3d model among us lens about a week and a half ago that was taken down almost instantly.  I expected it as the assets are trademarked by innersloth.  As for the other lenses snap will take them down as they see them, or if you want to report them they will take them down faster.  I believe once you have one taken down snap will look through your other lenses to make sure nothing else violates the guidelines.  As for the snap trademarks, make sure your previews don't have "add me and your username" in them.  That is another thing Snapchat takes lenses down for.  As for Nick's, I'm not too sure, that's something snap would have to respond too.


    Happy Creating,


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  • Hey alice.atz

    If also noticed this. I made a Louis Vuitton lens and it was taken down, even tough i created the texture by myself. And the day after i saw a similar lens which was trending. I dont wont to say against these creators, but seems kinda unfair among other smaller creators🙈





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