“Addressing the Issue of Poverty Porn in Myanmar”

This passage discusses the issue of “poverty porn,” where images of impoverished individuals are used to solicit donations. It emphasizes the importance of obtaining permission from stakeholders before capturing such content. Criticism is directed at the practice of exploiting poverty for self-interest without addressing its root causes, labeling it as a violation of human rights and defamation. Legal consequences for defamation under Section 499 and Section 500 of the Penal Code are mentioned, along with online offenses covered by Section 66(d) of the Telecommunications Law. The passage concludes by encouraging readers to stay informed about legal knowledge through the MLEN page.