PAMPANGA, Philippines (Reuters) – Filipinos have become experts at using deep web video to showcase their personalities and laugh at the absurdity of life on the internet, with the internet’s popularity on the planet’s most popular social network surging to record levels, data showed on Thursday.
The Philippines recorded a record 1.35 million deep web videos last year, according to the Deep Web Research Association, a non-profit that tracks the web’s growth.
That is the most in the world, eclipsing Russia, which recorded 1.1 million deep Web videos last time around.
The popularity of social media, with its ease of posting and sharing of images and videos, has also been a boon for the Philippines, with Filipinos now uploading nearly 50 billion photos and videos per day.
The surge in the number of users is not a surprise, given the popularity of the deep web, said Mattias A. Noguera, president of the association.
The Philippine government has been promoting the Philippines’ deep web to promote tourism and its tourism-friendly policies, he said.
The deep web is where a user can upload and share a wide range of images, videos and other content, without having to click on a link or register.
The internet is the backbone of the global economy, with online businesses providing access to a vast array of information.
But for many Filipinos, the internet is not the most convenient way to access information and services.
It is also a way to hide who is communicating with whom online, or to conceal who is doing business with whom.
The country has a strong record in cracking down on internet criminals.
The Philippines’ Department of Justice and Public Safety (DPS) is fighting online fraudsters who use the deep Web to hide their identities.
The agency has reported at least 1,500 cases involving fraudsters since 2016.
The new Philippines government has also launched an internet census, to track the country’s growing use of the internet.
The government has already made strides in cracking the countrys biggest online crime ring, known as “Black Box,” which operated for years in the Philippines.
It is believed to have a network of more than 10,000 members.
The online crime syndicate operated as a black box that was only visible to police and public.
The department has also created a new cybercrime unit, known in the Philippine media as Cybercrime Operations Branch, to help it track down new cases of cybercrime and prosecute criminals.
The police have launched an online platform called “BlackBox Philippines” to help authorities track down the “Black box” and help track down “the criminals” who use it.
The agency has also set up a website called “Hacking Crime,” to provide citizens with information about the online crime industry.