No, the woman who filmed her first marriage and turned it into a two-part, four-hour special on E! isn't pissed the private moment was made available for the entire planet. In fact, Kim and Kanye invited a lot of cameras into the baseball park he rented out that day—they're just angry because that footage was supposed to be exclusive to Keeping Up With the Kardashians or a related E! special. Hey, Kanye will be the first to tell you they're in "the exploitation business."
Kanye & Kim do seem to have the law on their side. Hurley, who posted a two-and-a-half minute clip of the big moment, signed an agreement promising to refrain from posting images or video from the event before entering San Francisco's AT&T Park. So it seems pretty likely that Kanye will K.O. Hurley in the courtroom.
Kimye are seeking unspecified damages in this lawsuit, the proceeds from which will probably go toward buying North West a Givenchy leather romper.