Last month, the company behind Instagram’s AR face filters, Spark AR, announced that it would be removing all Instagram filters associated with plastic surgery and postpone the approval of new effects associated with plastic surgery. The news came after a spike in uses of filters such as Teresa Fogolari’s “Plastica” and Daniel Mooney’s “Fix Me” filter, which depicts facial surgical marks and went viral.

The question then becomes: do people really care enough about filters to go searching for banned ones?