Interesting article at The Conversation asks the question whether pro-anorexia web sites should be banned or criminalised.
Not sure 100% sure whether criminalisation is the best response to removing them off the net, which should be the first priority, but can't say that I would have a moment's concern about an attempt to criminalise them.
The article doesn't agree, and runs the odd argument that many women (well, it is much more common with women) end up at these sites because they already have an eating disorder and are looking for support. But, of course, it's exactly the wrong sort of "support" that these people will get from a "pro" site.
Free speech ninnies can get lost, as far as I'm concerned: Western society is not going to collapse because of legal interference with some websites (or their owners) who are clearly encouraging self harm of otherwise healthy people which is likely to end in death.