This question is almost completely incomprehensible.
If, however, you have an injunction against harassment, and someone harasses you indirectly, they may be in breach of the injunction. But, again, I can barely make sense of this question.
It depends on the nature of what is published. If it was subject to any court order or is itself public record information. They have a First Amendment right to publish material, so the analysis really goes to each item published.
There may be grounds for a civil action based in public revelation of private facts, but you would need to review the specific facts with a Florida attorney. Contact the FL and your county bar associations for referrals to tort lawyers.
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