I'm all for you trying to convince people to be smart with which exchange they use and why. I'm also all for people sharing as much information as they want to share.
What I'm not all for is rules or bans forcing people into a certain type of action. (As if you could easily enforce this in Bitcoin). The thing about rules is once they are in place, people will find ways around them. Like water, money will flow through the path of least resistance. Those with the most money will be able to avoid the rules easier than those with the least money.
Another thing I'm all for is privacy. It's no one's business what someone else does with their money. If you somehow managed to get exchanges to share things like "all other peoples orders, amount of BTC/fiat money, trading habits of each account, money flows, BTC flows etc." what makes you think anyone would continue to use that exchange with such a violation of privacy?
Choose which exchange you want to use, and do all you want to convince others, but let's not start telling other people what they can and can't do with their money. We have enough of that already, don't we?
TL;DR Voluntary regulation = good; enforced regulation = bad. Yes, black and white.
The big mining pool, the big exchange, herd mentality... let it bite the people in the ass until they learn on their own.
My number 1 and 2 will to some degree vanish if we have a much more decentralized exchange situation, but as it looks like today, my options are the ones I have stated. At the same time, I understand your standpoint, but you have to also understand that regulations, call it voluntarily regulations is in some cases (as Mt.Gox situation is today) a healthy option compared to no regulation at all.