When Julian Assange leaked massive amounts of classified data to the public, it became history's biggest information leak. This film is the story of how Assange got access to the information and how he began an organization that would leak this information to anyone who wanted it. This BBC film is an informative look at how the leak affected the public as well as governments around the world as information that was never meant for the public began to circulate. From embarrassment to anger, the effects on public figures have been varied as their secrets began to be revealed. With the massive amounts of data that were leaked, the analysis of some of the information is still ongoing by the public. The film also looks at the relationship Assange formed with the editors of major media companies that published some of the leaked information.