"If not, perhaps it is time to simply publicly acknowledge that cybersecurity is no longer of any importance and blindly leap into our new security-less digital future."
@Caute_cautim, it's clear that users' attitudes have become an issue here. Their reactions to security events related to Facebook would depend on their perception, and what Facebook's become for them: -
NEWS: Facebook Breach: Thousands of users' personal information stolen!
Reaction, based on perception * : -
Addiction&Dependency: "Wow, this is really significant --- I've got to post it on Facebook!"
InsignificantorNuisance: "Good thing I'm not active on it. But I'll have to disable notifications."
Cause for concern: "So much for me securing my account! Guess it's time to delete it."
* This is assuming that the perception is entirely what's stated --- if it's mixed, the reactions would differ
At one time I was active on it, but broke off not because I was concerned about privacy; what annoyed me is that contacts / friends who hadn't interacted with me in years would post birthday wishes on my page --- as if we were always in touch!
Anyway, refraining from using it was difficult at first, but I soon got accustomed to that, after which it became a nuisance, & is now a security concern.
On the other hand, a person who gets introduced to it at an early age is going to get addicted & may not be able to give it up too easily. And if it's become a dependency, doing away with it may not be an option despite concerns.