This is a very interesting SCP object(s) to think about. SCP-335 is 150 3.5" floppy disks. Remember those? These disks of course are anomalous. Each disk seems to be able to store a virtually infinite amount of bytes rather than the standard 1.44 MB. What's on SCP-335 that requires so much digital storage? The entire internet! Wikipedia (presumably all the other languages along with the English version) is on SCP-335-013. Other disks have image-hosting sites, Myspace, presumably video-sharing sites, and of course pornographic sites. I assume sites like ecency.com and hive.blog would also be stored on one of the SCP-335 disks. I guess .onion content and maybe decentralized sites like .bit domains that still operate too.
An experiment on SCP-335 revealed that when content on the internet is altered the corresponding disk's content changes to match. I guess even anomalies aren't immune to the DMCA. More strange is that all 150 disks seem to be locked into read-only status.
The video for SCP-335 mentions each disk's label having a number and a first name handwritten. The full list is on the SCP-335 wiki entry. The video states that 118 of the names are masculine and 30 are feminine names. That covers 148 of the disk labels. SCP-335-011 has the name "Jackie" which can be male or female. The video doesn't explain the unaccounted for male/female name. Looking at the list on the wiki it shows that SCP-335-099 has a torn label.
What happens if one of the disks gets damaged or destroyed? Maybe nothing, maybe part of the internet associated with that disk's content goes down. Maybe the entire internet will collapse. If the entire internet did collapse I guess we can all binge-watch the SCP-315 set of DVDs as a replacement for Netflix.