The Internet Archive is a non-profit organization that provides free access to digitized materials. The archive includes web pages, books, audio recordings, images, software programs, and much more. These collections are held on over 70 Petabytes of server space. The organization relies on donations to keep the archive going. Donations are not recorded and the website uses HTTPS to ensure that no one can track your IP address.
In 1996, Brewster Kahle founded the Internet Archive. He was a teen at the time and was very interested in how the world was evolving. He spent the next few years making the archive a success, and now the site holds more than 34 million books, 766,196 movies, 815,791 software programs, and 14,133,383 audio files. The site also contains nearly 2 billion web pages and over 1,259 million media collections.