Hugh Pickens writes: "Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales says that whistle-blower website WikiLeaks' decision to publish entire contents of classified US military documents was irresponsible and could put innocent lives at risk. "The issue that I have with WikiLeaks is they have a tendency to just want to publish absolutely everything, and I think that can be very, very dangerous," says Wales. "I don't think Julian Assange wants those people killed. However, if he irresponsibly follows the policy of releasing absolutely everything, it is incredibly dangerous for those people." Wales adds that WikiLeaks got famous in the first place by using the word "wiki," which he says is unfortunate. "I wish they wouldn't use the name. They are not a wiki.""