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They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. For the past couple of years, Facebook and Instagram’s product teams have relentlessly chipped away at Snapchat, copying features like stories, stickers and lenses to appeal to teens and younger users to its platforms. But with stalling growth and growing pressure from investors, Snapchat is now the one stealing … sorry, borrowing from Facebook.