The internet has been dark for months now.
The dark days of 2015, which saw the rise of the Islamic State and the rise to power of President Rodrigo Duterte, are long gone.
But, the internet has never really returned to normal.
What happened in those dark days has become a daily routine for millions.
It’s been a regular thing for months.
What’s more, many people were unaware of what was happening.
But now, with the arrival of the end of the blackout, there is no turning back.
What happened: The internet went black.
The blackoutThe internet went on black for weeks.
This was before it was shut down.
It was on hold for two months because the government feared a cyberattack, but when the blackout was lifted, it became a regular routine.
Many Filipinos did not know the truth.
In the meantime, the government shut down internet service in many parts of the country, including the country’s biggest cities, to protect people from a possible cyberattack.
However, the same thing happened in many other parts of our country, where the internet was still shut down and many internet users were unaware that there was a shutdown.
But, what happened in that blackout is what is causing the problem now.
It started with a group of hackers, who were able to hack into the servers of the Philippine Digital Telecommunications Authority (PDTA).
The hackers were able access the server of the PDTAs central information-sharing hub, and they were able and willing to steal data and other sensitive information.
The PDTA was forced to shut down all the websites that it had put online, including Facebook, YouTube, Flickr, Wikipedia, and more.
Some of these websites were operated by companies such as Google, Facebook, and Microsoft.
These websites were shut down, and users of these sites could not access them.
Many were also unable to view their personal information on their online accounts, and this was also closed down.
These websites are still accessible to many people, but not all.
People who do not know what was going on or what they could do were also affected.
There were people who could not surf the internet and were unable to access websites.
Some people who had access to the internet did not have the ability to surf the web.
Others who did have access to internet, but who were unable for some reason to access it, did not even have the option to do so.
Many people were left wondering what they should do.
Some of the people who have access have tried to use social media to try to contact their loved ones.
They are trying to reach out to their loved one, but they have not had much success.
This has caused a lot of grief among many Filipinos.
Some are still wondering why they are not able to contact loved ones or family members.
Many of the government agencies, which were once the government’s mainstay in the country are now struggling to keep up with the demand for basic services.
Many government offices are still operating without internet.
Some government agencies are running out of staff, and the amount of staff they have to work with is decreasing.
The government is still struggling to make up for its lost revenue.
Some governments, like the National Capital Region government, are also struggling to maintain their financial reserves.
The NTRC, which administers government-owned property, is also struggling.
The NRC is in the process of reducing its workforce by up to 15 percent.
In addition, the NTRC has also been running short on funds due to the shutdown.
The shutdown of the internet also caused problems in the internet.
For example, many Filipinas were unable use their online banking services, or their credit cards, because they were unable the login credentials of the companies they were using to use their accounts.
This affected the ability of the Filipino people to access their online credit card and debit card information.
Many Filipinos are still searching for the online banking service that they were expecting to receive in the coming weeks.
Some Filipinos even are not using their online bank accounts, because the online banks are also running short of cash.
Many people, who used to have access only to the online bank, are now getting access to their online financial account.
The amount of cash that the Filipinos have is not enough to cover their needs, and many are not being able to access the accounts.
The government also has been unable to pay all of its debts.
The debt is mostly owed to the National Bank of the Philippines, the countrys second biggest lender.
This is the government that is in charge of the economy and is supposed to take care of our economy.
It has already taken billions of pesos in payments, but the Philippines still has not been able to pay off its debt.
Many are still looking for other ways to pay their debts.
Some have resorted to stealing money from their own bank accounts and paying it with credit cards.
Others have used their credit card accounts to pay debts from their business partners and friends. The most