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A few days ago I uploaded some videos to the stock about Mexico City, in this I recorded a statue on a roundabout that is on public roads. Unfortunately my material was not accepted because it was intellectual property. But looking in the stock I see that it does have the same monument / statue. the shot is almost the same and the same objects are visualized. I would like to know why others can upload that content and I cannot.
Here are some examples that Im talking about
Angel de la Independencia, Mexico, CDMX drone View vídeo de Stock | Adobe Stock
Angel de la independencia, Mexico vídeo de Stock | Adobe Stock
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Perhaps there was other IP, such as cars or buildings or shoes. If you share your picture the experts here may have some suggestions for you. But you cannot use "there is another photo like mine" to argue that your photo belongs. The rules change, and you must follow today's rules. Also - perhaps those photos did include suitable IP releases, which you did not include - you cannot tell. Good luck!
It happens that some material gets refused and other material gets accepted. Without seeing your submission, it will be impossible to check if there is IP violation or not. And even if we do not see a violation, the moderator may see it. And it may well be, as stated, that other contributors submitted the required releases.