No, not justifiably so.
Yes, identity theft is awful, but there's no connection between disclosure of email addresses and identity theft. The most liberal states and courts in the nation will hot hold email addresses as private information. No plaintiffs attorney has found a single plaintiff who has suffered actual damages from the loss of an email address.
Anybody who complains about their email address being lost is just making unnecessary noise.
And since I've somewhat derailed, here's to get us back on track: new whiskey LHS.