Few technological innovations in history have made as much of an impact as the Internet. Learn about the predecessor of the Internet, called ARPANET; how text, audio, and video messages are transmitted through the Internet; and how this transmission of information has changed the lives of billions around the world.
Ralph and Vanellope travel through the internet in order to reach Ebay. Each step of their journey is depicted in the context of the current internet infrastructure: they travel through wires and in packets to their destination. This clip illustrates how the internet works at a high level.
Ralph visits Double Dan to get a virus that will allow him to slow down the Slaughter Race game. Double Dan shows him Arthur, a virus, and explains how Arthur works: he looks for defects in the programming and spreads it throughout the game.
Stan explores how the owners of websites and Internet Service Providers can be held liable if they don't do enough to combat their users' infringement of copyrighted works. It also explains the purpose, criteria, and criticism of the DMCA, and how ISPs deal with copyright violation.