Julian Assange decries disclosure of information not meant for the public eye. Yes, you read that right.
[L]awyers for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange have loudly condemned the leaking of secret government documents pertaining to the rape charges against Assange. Swedish police files about the case against Assange were leaked to the Guardian, the same newspaper to which Assange recently leaked thousands of classified U.S. State Department cables. The lawyers for Assange, who describes himself as an activist for "radical transparency," complain that the leaked police files unfairly damage Assange and make his legal defense more difficult.
Goose meet gander, pot meet kettle, leaker meet turnabout, otherwise known as fair play.