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What you describe is not going to be a crime (since the recording was legal)HOWEVER, if the context of the conversation was "private" by nature...and the person released the audio to others...and because of this release the person who was recorded suffered some harm? They could sue the person who released the information under a legal theory of "breach of privacy"The tough part of this may be proving "damages"if you sue someone, you have to prove how their conduct caused harm to you.SO, for example, say that the released recording caused the person to loose their job? They could sue for the lost wages.
bot***** *****ne: if the release of private information caused harm? That could be a basis to file a lawsuit
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