In 2 Shmuel 11 David views Batsheva bathing on her rooftop. Do any commentaries discuss if in so doing did David cause monetary damage under the principle of invasion of privacy (היזק ראייה)?
David's seeing Batsheva bathing was accidental and unintentional - the story is detailed in Sanhedrin 107a:
Bathsheba was shampooing her head behind a screen, which concealed her from sight. Satan came and appeared to David as a bird. David shot an arrow at the bird, the arrow broke the screen, Bathsheba was exposed, and David saw her.