About nine months ago a video was posted of me sorting packages on YouTube. Yesterday I got called into the office, with a manager, my full time supervisor, and a shop steward. They mentioned that I got identified in a video on YouTube. They said that was a violation of company policy, and a violation of the privacy of the people in the background of the video. They asked who filmed the video, I said the photographer no longer worked for UPS. They said that as long as I removed the video when I got home from work I'd be fine, but that I'd have to sign a statement acknowledging the event. I went back to work. Maybe 20 minutes later the manager comes to me with the statement. It read as an exact transcript of the meeting I had just been in. It also said that I understood that if I failed to have the video removed, or had another video posted, I would face disciplinary action, and possibly termination. I asked the manager if I would get fired if I signed it. She said, I'd only face disciplinary action if the video wasn't removed by tomorrow, or if I ever did it again. She said other than that they'd never mention it again. I signed the statement. I asked the guys I worked with if they thought I would get fired, but they didn't think it was a big deal, and they said that they thought the manager had at some integrity so if she said I wouldn't get fired, I wouldn't. I had the video removed last night. I've heard of guys being told they wouldn't get fired if they signed a statement, but then they get fired anyway, so I'm wondering if I'm going to have a job when I go in today?