Leaking Surveillance Video - The Jay-Z / Solange Incident

The twitter topic du jour is the surveillance video of Jay Z's sister-in-law attacking him in an elevator.

The big question from an industry perspective is what the liability for organizations that leak surveillance video? Legally and from a marketing perspective?

If you are a business that serves famous people, it would seem to be a negative to have a track record where you release private (?) video.

Also, should the employee who did this get fired? Thoughts?

Here's the surveillance video:

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