The state has an obligation to protect its people. Some crimes demand action and the Secretary of State has been authorized by the General Assembly, signed by the Governor. to so act. If you want to change the law, you may write your legislator to begin the process. That law itself, as written now, is consititutional.
Internet privacy rights are in a state of flux. Federal rulings and state rulings by the various state court systems provide some guidance, but each situation is very fact specific. Without a great deal more information about the particulars in your situation, a meaning answer is not possible.
A good number of commentators suggest that the internet is a public forum with little privacy options available. Inroads to adopt and enforce privacy rights are being made, however.
To be able to collect, you may need to name all potential defendants in the Complaint. That includes but is not limited to the partners. And it may be a sound tactic as well as a jurisdictional requirement, depending on a number of factors your post does not mention.
See a lawyer for a full review.
The best way to ensure that everything is being handled correctly, that you get the maximum possible result, and that you don't miss out on anything you are entitled to, is to consult with and hire an attorney whose practice focuses on personal injury law.
Talk this over carefully with the lawyer you get assigned to defend you by your insurer. It sounds like you have good defenses to the suit. and for all practical purposes you may be what is known as judgment proof regarding a runaaway verdict anyway.