The Internet has revolutionised the way we live, play and do business. As a consumer, its benefits are huge: plenty of choice, lots of competition and low, low prices. But what about the workers who are making this all possible? This program is a fascinating examination of life behind the screen, including: Chinese teenagers who play online games for rich Western gamers, Serbian photographers providing cheap content for image banks, and a single mum in Paris trying to make a living as a researcher. The cyberworld's slaves are everywhere. Take a confronting look at modern globalisation and the free marketplace.