No, it’s a question of whether or not an action that should be executed with higher privs is made consciously. And I say that as a ‘drink and root’ kind of guy. What does that have to do with the ‘name’? Why did they change the default from nemo? I’m looking for nemo. Why change it?
I consciously, on server systems, go through extra steps ( for instance, I don’t use an agent for session auth) to force me to do double auth. A sort of 2FA. The reason I do so is that I often spend a lot of time in a session as root. It’s just a note to self. And it does constrain me. In the final analysis, I’m always root. My user name is always 3 chars long. That’s also prived.
Root or sudo, you can always shoot yourself in the foot
And finally, there is no distinction between servers, desktops, telephones. As SOON as they run a linux, bsd (aka apple) or other kernel, they are a computer with too many moving parts. I build some machines that don’t have this kind of problem. They only respond to physical inputs (changes in voltages on pins) and are not in any way susceptible to hacking unless you physically open them and shove wires into them. And apply a voltages, etc. Sometimes, in a fit, I rip off the usb connectors.