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    A magazine published a semi-nude photograph of a woman, in a campaign against breast cancer. The tag-line of the photograph was to encourage women to get regular medical tests done to ensure early detection of the disease. A respected lawyer in Delhi felt that the photograph was obscene and would result in young minds being corrupted. Hence, he filed a complaint against the editor of the magazine invoking section 292 of the Indian penal code. In light of recent Supreme Court jurisprudence on section 292, which of the following is not a standard that should be used to judge whether the photograph is absence?

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    1. The picture has to be viewed in the background in which it is shown and the message that it seeks to convey to the public and the world at large.

    2. If the picture has the effect of depraving or debauching the minds of the persons who May see the picture, it would be obscene

    3. In judging whether a picture is obscene, contemporary mores and national standards should be considered, and not the standards of a group of susceptible and sensitive people

    4. None of the choices

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