The digital revolution has changed every aspect of our daily life. Powered by smaller devices and faster computer networks, humanity is living in the age of digital transposition—where many traditionally physical tasks are accomplished through the Internet. From shopping to finding a residence to live in, from communicating with acquaintances to finding a date, our experiences are increasingly captured in digital bits, transmitted at breakneck speeds over the air and through wires using wireless and broadband Internet. Two decades after its birth, the World Wide Web has evolved into a sustainable service used by almost 40% of the world’s population. This chapter takes a preparatory look at the state of the Web and its origin in the light of data signals.