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Were my privacy rights were violated by a former employer if they gave out my personal contact information?

Question Details: I'm a retired teacher and I've received 2 phone calls about a grade a student got 4 years ago. The first call was from the principal's office and I stated that whatever the grade on the transcript was the grade earned. End of story, or so I thought. Then last week I got another call this time from the student who said the principal gave him my phone number. I am furious that my phone number was given out. I know this is unethical but were my privacy rights violated?

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