Recent Netflix had what would be called "Snuff Films" for instant access online. I didn't watch them expect for one scene where a guy shoots himself through his mouth in a press conference. Only because I was interested as to why, and what it actually looks like.
Anyways here's the article on the issue from HackingNetflix.
Hacking NetFlix : Should Netflix Rent the Death Scenes Movies that Depict Real Deaths? Update: Removed
This is clearly a hot button issue and one that already has shit being throw into the fan. But I personally don't see any problem with these as long as they are done tastefully which in this case I view as. Completely unedited, no commentary as "that guy deserved to get shot, what a fag, wow im sure glad i'm not him". I don't think I would be able to stand watching a "movie" like this. But I am really interested in suicide and death itself. Likely since so much is still unknown about both. I also have a comment on that page I linked to.
Also as a side note. Netflix helped out with " This Film Is Not yet Rated" which dealt fully with censorship withe MPAA. It's not nearly the same since that dealt with fictional movies mostly, but it's still odd to ponder on. On one had they don't like censorship but on the other hand they feel okay to do it themselves.