I understand that GoNintendo wants to report on everything Nintendo, and I absolutely admire that. However, this also means that GoNintendo reports on leaks and rumors, spreading this information to everyone that isn't supposed to see it yet. This sort of thing has ruined a lot of events already. Things that immediately come to mind are the Pokémon Sun and Moon leaks, or the Hyrule Warriors Legend leak, and there are many more examples.
I would say that there are plenty of people like me who really would like to have stayed in the dark about these things and then get positively surprised at the moment these announcements were supposed to be made in the way Nintendo intended. Now, I'm not suggesting GoNintendo shouldn't report on these things anymore. Obviously there are plenty of people that do want to see these leaks and rumors, and I also think it's important to keep up that policy to report on everything Nintendo.
That's why I want to see leaks and rumors to be treated exactly the same as spoilers. In other words, place any details behind the jump and make the title non-descriptive. So, for example, article titles would then be:
LEAK: New copyrights popped up
RUMOR: Insider with information on a new game
Pokémon Sun and Moon copyrights popped up
RUMOR: New Paper Mario game coming?
That should keep everyone happy. Those that want to discuss about leaks and rumors will be able to do exactly that after the jump, and those of us who want to stay in the dark can remain blissfully ignorant. I think this is especially important to consider with the NX coming, and rumors and leaks grow ever more likely and frequent.