The past couple days have been, to say the least, very enlightening, not so much for the revelations in the classified internal cables from U.S. embassies and the state department, but rather by the reaction of so many in the journalism world to Wikileaks and its founder Julian Assange. Many well-known media figures around the world have been calling Assange irresponsible, a traitor and a terrorist. Some senior political and opinion leaders in the U.S. and Canada have outright called for his assassination. Tell us what you think by clinking on the "Comments" link above. Is this a freedom of speech and information issue or has Wikileaks gone too far?