I'm a great believer in letting those who want to end their lives just get on with it. You have an incredible lack of imagination if you can't work out what to do without resorting to a website. Plus research shows that publicity does not change actual suicide rates but merely changes the method (i think that J. Deeks in oxford did work on this). The people who turn up in the droves to A&E each week will continue to attend whether these sites are there or not. Plus the samaritans could save a lot of time just by stationing someone in the room and talking them all out of it at once. I don't disagree with the regulation of paedophilia and websites that assist in the sale of drugs or pirated material (i for one don't agree with this), but there comes a time when there's too much interference. You only have to look in the speculation threads regarding tomorrow that this place isn't terribly healthy - maybe the government will restrict MR access because of it's ability to raise the blood pressure (and access to the apple site tomorrow when the inevitable disappointment brings everyone's mood down).