Since the Cambridge Analytica privacy scandal first broke last month, Facebook has tried out a number of PR strategies to address the growing outcry. At this point, the social media company is just going for broke, telling the public it should just assume that "most" of the 2.2 billion Facebook users have probably had their public data scraped by "malicious actors." That's huge news. But it doesn't feel huge - if you managed to pick up that detail at all.