The ironic part is that the above video exposes a truth way more horrifying than some dark conspiracy spanning Zionist bankers and Jay-Z's record label: the fact that access to information doesn't actually make us smarter.
See, conspiracy buffs have a very specific method -- they'll pore through the available data until they find something that confirms their belief, like an odd shadow in a single moon landing photo that somehow proves the whole thing was the most expensive and pointless hoax of all time (seriously, if they were going to fake it, couldn't they have thrown in some aliens or something to make it interesting?). They ignore all of the other evidence, so the sheer volume of available data actually makes their job easier.
Or just claim that it was technologically impossible while proposing a theory that actually was technologically impossible.
During the 9/11 attacks, for instance, the BBC reported on rumors that Building 7 of the World Trade Center had collapsed, while the building was clearly visible in the background (it would collapse a half hour later). It was a simple misreading of a report, but to the conspiracy buffs, it was proof that the BBC was in on staging the attacks (along with all other news agencies, all government agencies, all scientists, and pretty much everyone you know). The even stupider theory that the Sandy Hook shooting never actually happened made it all the way to mainstream media attention due to conspiracy theorists poring over photographs and news reports -- any misplaced pixel on a photo is proof of Photoshop, any misspoken word in a news report is evidence of a cover-up.