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I completely understand why this upsets you. I would feel the same way if my performance evaluation was left somewhere that others could view. However, I must unfortunately tell you that this is not against the law. Simply put, employees do not have a legally enforceable right of privacy with respect to their employment. This means employers are free to broadcast to whomever they choose an employee's salary job description, and even performance evaluations. It doesn't matter whether such publications are incidental or entirely on purpose. It doesn't matter who many people who see.
So, I'm afraid there's nothing that you can do here aside from contacting your employer and simply trying to persuade them that this is a bad business practice and you would appreciate if they would take the evaluation out of the Dropbox.
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