I do think that some responsibility rests with people who purchase any drawers, as it is not only Ikea’s which can tip. I have worked in an office where the very expensive filing drawers, which were beautiful, wood and large, did not have limiters and which prevented more than one drawer being opened (Ikea includes these and it is your choice to engage them) and the entire huge filing system tipped over.
We have a different set of Ikea drawers, which we have not secured to the wall, nor will we. But we have engaged the limiters, which prevents us from being able to open more than one drawer at a time.
And in days before Ikea, as a child, I pulled a wardrobe, not a chest of drawers down, because I swung on the door. It was a wardrobe made in the 1940s. And fortunately the room was small, which meant the wardrobe landed on a bed, which propped it up. So making this about Ikea is not necessarily the most sensible course. Educating people about managing the dangers of their furniture and the laws of physics is probably the more sensible option.