The Internet is the biggest treasure trove of human history ever, but the history of its creation is more obscure.
For decades, its creators—most famously, Bill Gates—kept an eye out for things that could be easily found in a museum.
But by the mid-2000s, the Internet had become a massive hub for pirated video and music.
As a result, there were millions of files of history.
Now, in the year 2020, the vast majority of history is online, but some of the oldest remains remain unreleased.
The Internet has always had a fascination with the past, but it has never been more powerful than it is now.
This documentary follows the evolution of the Internet from a simple tool for sharing news to a platform that can transform the way we think about history.