sudo spctl --master-disable
I have a Raspberry Pi for hacking, I'm happy to root the hobby computers, not the work ones.
It seems like this conflates the notion of having root privileges with turning off security. There is no meaningful connection between the two save in situations where there is no meaningful way to control said security layers save destroying them.
For example refusing to boot a bootloader that isn't signed doesn't require your oem to hold the only possible key that can be used to sign said bootloader.