Found an interesting piece, written by Gary Dretzka, over at The TV Barn about 60 Minutes segment concerning Internet Piracy. The whole thing can be found here: http://www.tvbarn.com/archives/016361.html Here's some of the juice: Actually, I'd hoped not to comment anymore on "Jack Valenti's Final Crusade" -- as it's being seen in Hollywood and Washington -- but Sunday's night's "Pirates of the Internet" segment on "60 Minutes" can't be allowed to go unchallenged. The report couldn't have been any less substantial and one-sided if the feisty MPAA czar had stationed himself inside the CBS News editing bay in which the piece was cut . . . . . . I do, however, object to the shoddy reporting methodology of correspondent Lesley Stahl and producer Rome Hartman, who allowed Chernin to throw out wildly exaggerated and alarmist figures to buttress the studios' case. Stahl's response was even more surprising, however, as she allowed Chernin's so-called facts to go unchallenged. Indeed, the veteran newshound spent most of the piece raising her eyebrows and going, "Gee, whiz." Even I learned in high school English that you never, ever published a single-source article. Shame on 60 Minutes.