My question involves personal property located in the State of: CA.
Graduation at the local State college happened, and of course there were professional photographers taking pics of the students graduating. Student did not purchase any pictures. College gave photographer address of student. Photographer sent a portrait photo proof, unsolicited, to the student address (by USPS). Portrait of the attractive, female student was clearly visible through the clear plastic part of the envelope, next to the student's name and address. I understand the taking of the picture was allowed because it's a public event. Sending the photo visibly by mail seems unsafe and troubling, but I'm not sure it's illegal.
Were any privacy and/or personal property rights violated? I read that, for example, the right to publicity is a personal property right.
The photographer was in CA but it seems the company is based in FL (they might have a CA office though). Thanks