All the validators of the binance networks belong to Binance the company and as such as centralized, right?
In case something shady happens, such as a hack that has to do with a vulnerability in a smart contract, and when millions get stolen, can it be that all the validators get a command from someone on the top and try to trace an IP address of some who's created a certain smart contract or sent a certain transction? Thus trying to deanonymize a person.
Or even reverse a transaction?
I'm aware that Ethereum blockchain ins't anonymous. But Binance chains are, therefore, even less so.