Reporters Without Borders, condemning Wikileaks for their handling of the US documents. It's about the 'irresponsibility' of Wikileaks, for not doing enough to protect people 'on the ground'.
BBC Radio 4's The Media Show, did a 13min debate with some notable journalists on the issue: Gilles Lordet (Editor in Chief at Reporters Without Borders), Eric Schmitt (Terrorism and Security Correspondent at The New York Times - one of the newspapers which published edited accounts of the WIkileaks documents), and Heather Brooke (journalist and freedom of information campaigner).
The panelists all fall along the spectrum of what you would think, based on their job titles. But, it was nice to hear the consensus, even with the critics, that Wikileaks is important and needs to exist. Hopefully we can move past this eventually and productively continue the discussion about journalism, news, and transparency.