Yes, we have an acronym for it. CLM — any action within your scope of control that you could do, maybe even should do, but which you are likely to pay consequences for, repeatedly, for about the next five years.
Sometimes I wonder if testers get pinged on Sev-1 bug reports? I doubt it. MS has a very healthy testing culture.
On the other hand, if your job isn’t ‘Tester’ but your role includes “review” of someone else’s deliverables, let’s face it… either you are a tester or you are a noisemaker. A tester is someone who points at the emperer and says “No Clothes” without fear of reprisal. A noisemaker says “Odd choice in clothing, sire. We think your traditional garb is better.”
In other words, a tester is allowed to simply point to the problem, without having to consider if it will delay a project or cost additional resources to address. When a tester points out a defect, it is never a CLM. When a noisemaker does, it might be.
Today… I envy testers. I’m still standing.