Of course you should get the information released, but I'd be very careful how you do it. Goodwill and being in, or on the edge, of a loop can swing both ways.
Consumers should be privy to this kind of information, just ask the new Chair of GM. But it is equally important to keep perspective and not let rumour and incorrect conclusions unduly damage the core business, after all I am sure every company has such a list of papers. When I worked for Mitsubishi, many years ago we, had a silent recall on Pajero/Shogun manual gearboxes, to my knowledge nobody was ever hurt because of a failed gearbox and they were quietly replaced whenever a customer got a new clutch, but the huge cost and pressure of thousands of people demanding new gearboxes all at one time because of a recall would have completely overwhelmed the dealerships, that would have lead to poor service and cut corners, and subsequently the diminishing of a brand that tried to do the right thing.
But Canon should not be charging for faulty or failing design or manufacturing issues.