Okay. When you're talking about personal rights and privacy, there is a difference between professional and personal privacy. There is a difference between organizational and individual privacy. Hopefully I can lay it out in a clear manner, though it's not a black and white, cut-and-dried area all the time. Most of the time, however, distinctions can be made.
The women who were accusing him have the right to personal privacy. As far as I know, Julian Assange benefits from Anonymous' activities but he doesn't encourage or incite them. Ergo, Assange is not responsible for Anonymous' (reprehensible) behavior. Anonymous is nothing more than a bunch of trolls who like to wear a hero's mask (figuratively; Guy Fawkes could hardly be considered a hero save in certain circles - although the symbol he has become is heroic, but I digress).
Where Wikileaks the company is concerned, there should absolutely be transparency. I don't disagree with you there, although I don't know how much transparency they can really afford given how many people are gunning for them and their resources. The employees of Wikileaks should be held up to the light just as much as they hold others up to the light unless it compromises their safety to do so.
What the employees do in their personal lives is nobody's business. None.
Assange's legal paperwork and the proceedings against him as an individual are nobody's business, and should be given the same protection as other criminal proceedings.
Assange the person deserves privacy just as much as the next person. Assange the businessman does not.
I hope the distinction is clear.