What can I do about a DNA test and invasion of privacy?

Question Details: About 14 years ago, I decided to give up my daughter for adoption. Her adoptive mother did a DNA test through ancestry.com. it just so happens that my father, who knew nothing of the pregnancy, also did the DNA test. This coincidence alerted them both letting them know that they were a match. I am so unbelievably distraught by this because in my opinion, ancestry.com has now made a decision for me. I was not ready to tell anyone about this. Do I have any rights in this matter?

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