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If the child is under six months old, the mother has additional protection under a 2008 amendment to the act which protects maternity rights.

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The recent few instances of objection are apparently an effect of magnification of the social media.Paragraph 2 Article 6 of the Basic Law for the Federal Republic of Germany provides that "the care and upbringing of children as the natural right of parents" while paragraph 4 "entitles every mother to the protection and care of the community".Public breastfeeding is common and widely socially accepted. Dutch law states that when an employee wishes to breastfeed her baby the employer is obligated to provide, for the first nine months after the birth, a suitable nursing room and allow for 25% of work time to be spent on feeding the baby or pumping while on pay.The Milk Code prohibits the advertising of infant formula or bottle teats for infants under two years old.Even though women can not show any part of their body in public, breastfeeding is an exception.Some mothers avoid the negative attention and choose to move to another location.

But some mothers have protested their treatment, and if the practice is permitted by law, have taken legal action or engaged in protests.

In many countries, both in the Global South and in a number of Western countries, breastfeeding in public is common and generally not regarded as an issue.

In those countries, laws protect the nursing mother.

It's common for women to breastfeed in malls and parks, and it is acceptable among the people in Saudi Arabia.

Since November 2010 the Public Breastfeeding Act has safeguarded the right to breastfeed in public, while lactation rooms are set up to deal with privacy and to provide access to hot water and power supplies, with fines against interfering with a mother's right to breastfeed.

It is not uncommon to see mothers breastfeeding their babies in public places such as buses, parks, restaurants, hospitals etc. In Nepalese society, breastfeeding a child is considered a must for the mothers.