Bethesda: "We gave admin rights and the customer information of Beta testers"
EA: "Hold my beer"
It appears to me as if it's mostly companies that deal with end users that don't give a toss about this (re: hypernormalization?).
When dealing with other companies (or governments, I imagine), leaks like these mean lost business most of which probably won't be coming back soon, unless the competition that it went to gets hit by the same type of deal.
If the account belongs to a child then they are breaking the law and can be sued. I don't recall but I think you don't need to be over 18 to have an origins account.