These days there appear to be various moderators resigning, getting fired or suspending activities, as mentioned in "Firing mods and forced relicensing: is Stack Exchange still interested in cooperating with the community?" and/or some of its Linked posts. And there appears to exist some private and/or confidential information, available only to moderators, which appears to somehow be related to the reasons why moderators are resigning, suspending activities, etc.
But, on any SE-site's
/review page, there is also a block (upper right) which states (note the moderated in it!):
[Site name] is moderated by you.
Help improve it by evaluating new posts,
voting to close or reopen questions, or
reviewing suggested edits.
So for anybody who is not a moderator (like me right now), who performs Reviews (like me), and who has no idea what that private and/or confidential information is about: Is it OK to continue Reviewing, i.e. is there anything I don't know (yet) that would put myself or my accounts at risk by doing so? Or, as a precaution, should I better suspend all Review activities until we are sure it's OK to do so?
PS: Simply updating the first line in that block to something like "[Site name] is kept in good shape by you" might be all that's needed to address my concern ...
Note: I AM NOT asking for an opinion, nor is my question about not performing reviews anymore as a form of protest/boycot. My question originates from that Moderated on the review pages combined with "something" that Moderators seem to know and we don't ...