Maybe think of it like this, Yuriy. Let's say you discover that a certain chemical is poisonous. You can publicize this information, or you can keep it to yourself. If you publicize it, some people will now be able to learn from your experience. They won't need to get sick (and suffer) out of ignorance. Some people will choose to work with this chemical despite the warning. Others will not see the warning. There's nothing you can do about that. But by sharing your knowledge, you can prevent a bit of unnecessary suffering in the world.I suggest you read what genero81 wrote again, and the actual session. Perhaps there is something you don't understand because English is not your first language, or maybe you have a problem with the idea of giving information freely, so that other people can make their choices. It's very different from determining their needs. This has nothing to do with determining how reality should be, and more to do with seeing reality as it is (as much as possible), and helping those who also are looking for answers. Have you considered the fact that, in this context, not sharing what you learn and not networking could be seen as STS? You are focusing on some words and only on details and missing the point, I think. People suffer no matter what, but you can help those who seek suffer more consciously, if THEY want it.
It's in some people's nature to want to lessen the amount of suffering that comes about because of ignorance. That doesn't necessarily mean sheltering people from suffering. It can just mean getting certain pieces of information to those who are receptive to them. Once they have that information, they won't need to learn that specific lesson of being ignorant (e.g., getting sick from some new chemical).
Come to think of it, that is what the collective wisdom of humanity passed down through culture does. It's like our ancestors' way of saying, "Don't make the same mistakes we made!" For example, plant your crops around this time, harvest around this time, don't eat this plant, but do eat that one, etc.