I see that a lot of ERC20 tokens are pausable. One example is MANA: https://etherscan.io/token/decentraland#readContract
Doesn't this put a very high level of centralisation on the token? Potentially one person has the power to pause MANA indefinitely - a token with tens of millions invested in it could just be shut off.
I understand the benefit of Pausable. If there's a hack everything can be paused, but are we at a stage now where the ERC20 standard token doesn't require Pausable anymore allowing it to be fully decentralised?