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What happens when you Google for suicide methods

The deaths of designer Kate Spade and celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain have highlighted America’s rising suicide rate and the need for suicide prevention, but it doesn’t always come from talk therapy or a suicide hotline. Tech companies including Facebook and Google and app developers are creating tools to help struggling people during their most vulnerable moments. “Technology and social media have become a big part of people’s lives,” said Shari Sinwelski, the associate project director at the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.