In today’s digital age, most of the world’s population access the internet to argue, express, do business, educate, influence, and much more. This chapter draws on Crystal’s description of internet language and aims to describe the features of Philippine English as used on the internet. The linguistic revolution on the internet engendered new conventions spreading in the online community and spilling over into non-internet situations, causing linguists to document the characteristics of internet language. In the Philippines, the role of the internet as a tool for communication for religion, government, education, health, and business has been documented in the study by Minges, Magpantay, Firth, and Kelly. Since the beginning of the 21st century, internet language has been well documented in many studies abroad.