The world is full of spaces, safe, dangerous and inbetween. Some grow up in dangerous lawless places, some in safe regulated places. The latter will tend to expect authority to make a safe space and to be able to stay inside it, so I imagine you @Toivo grew up in a relatively safe regulated area, or at least can appreciate benevolent authority, as I do.
Whenever a new space opens up there’s a tension as it develops from a small self regulating group, and a generally affable space, growing into something bigger and complex, until some parts become outright dangerous and people call for regulation.
The Internet is a prime example, but I think it’s a human issue. As we grow from small groups to large communities, scale throws up complexity and opportunities for bad behaviour multiply. We saw the same evolution on this forum, and plenty of tension arose in getting from ‘there’ to ‘here’
Here we are building an unregulatable foundation because authority is not always benevolent, and because there are too many problems in holding that authority to account, or in just finding ways to create our own small safe places within the current online world.
We are not in control of what lives on top of the SAFE ‘foundation’ though - that’s really the point: to ensure nobody can control that, and instead that everyone gets to choose what’s there and where to hang out. A freedom that no longer exists on the current Internet because of its many flaws.
So like a new continent that is too vast for everything to be controlled by the early settlers, those who want safe, regulated spaces will need to create them and stay within them. But everyone will be free to venture outside, and test themselves in the wilderness. Go see what’s there, create something without the control or assumptions of others, and some will perish out there, or at least be exposed to extremely nasty content and behaviour.
So yes, just like the world we live in, there will be places where a lot of bad things happen. In the real world there are places where I simply don’t want to go, and places where I would not feel safe or be safe. But I don’t think I should stop others going there - war reporters, deep sea explorers and Mars venturers are welcome to do their thing, so long as I can hang here in my boat