I tend to agree here; while she was certainly in the wrong, the cell phone company has no right to unilaterally violate her privacy, and was negligent in so doing. I think that she may actually have a case! But hey, I'm no lawyer...Maybe not so dumb. She could easily have been hiding any number of issues that wouldn't be so negatively looked upon like a witness protection program or other things. foreign bank accounts she doesn't want people to know about, etc. privacy is privacy and care should be taken by the companies to not disclose the information. There have been many cases similar to this where known stalkers were able to obtain and change information of their targets.
I think it's fairly clear that Rogers was wrong in releasing her private information without her consent.I would like to see how that one plays out ... She certainly was stupid and set herself up for a world of hurt; but Rogers was in the wrong in the way they dealt with her. As Baos pointed out,there can be very good reasons to keep accounts separate and information on them private.
her lawyer knows that, she knows that, she is probably just after the publicity so that she can find a new lover ... er husband or whichever the case may be.Rogers would be on the hook for the disclosure of private information but I expect the actual damages to be small. I mean really small.