Quite a lot of the JIRA systems I help with have anonymous access.
The decision is mostly down to "let's make some stuff easy to share with a wider audience". When it's not down to being more open and sharing, it's to help with performance (granting anonymous access to an issue bypasses all the work in working out if the current user can see it, so it can speed stuff up a lot in some cases).
For sizing, the smallest I help with is 3 users, the largest has tens of thousands.
A couple of points though
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