Yeah, that sounds like a good nitpick of the organization, who does have the right to choose what the public should and shouldn't know? What should be released and what held in? Why is Assange such an ass? I think for most of the non-government stuff that has been released the obvious answer is EVERYTHING. Corporate scandals, milk cut with plastic, evil banks, all these should be exposed if they can be.
Wikileaks may have a US bias, and possible holds back leaks that it doesn't want to show, but there is no other platform like wikileaks to release them. Wikileaks isn't just a chat board, or a newspaper, is a tightly run organization with layers of security and complexity. And you know what? It's information we'd probably never hear about any ways if not for them. So I'll take what I can get, and view any more disclosure of information as a good thing, because it's stuff we wouldn't have known any way. It'd probably be good if there was another platform like wikileaks, with it's own crazy leader (cause trust me, it takes a crazy half genius leader to run a sinking ship like that), then people could just leak to both of them. Go start it, it'd help the world.