I would've liked to have seen them show the other side- with the studios increasing the streaming movies, the LEGAL ways to watch movies at home, the LEGAL uses for Bit Torrent (not just imply that's ALL it's used for) and discuss the argument that sometimes people just want to watch them at home.
In all honesty, while I have great respect for Leslie and her reporting skills, and understand the segment's purpose, I felt that it could potentially leave a viewer with no background knowledge missing out on details.
If it hasn't aired in your Time Zone, (ie- West Coast), makes sure you set your DVRs to record tonight's 60 minutes. Currently watching it and I'd say maybe half way through, they air a story that address Movie Internet Piracy, comparing it to organized crime, and specifically singles out Bit Torrent as "THE" major technology allowing it to happen.
If you don't see it, here it the text of the segment from their website:
I'm surprised that C|Net wasn't asked for comment...this is a TECH story and 60 minutes IS a CBS property.