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vi·ral

 (vī′rəl)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or caused by a virus.
2. Of or relating to the rapid propagation of information, ideas, or trends by means of social networks rather than conventional mass media: viral marketing.

vi′ral·ly adv.

viral

(ˈvaɪrəl)
adj
1. (Pathology) of, relating to, or caused by a virus
2. (Communications & Information) (of a video, image, story, etc) spread quickly and widely among internet users via social networking sites, e-mail, etc
3. (Communications & Information) go viral (of a video, image, story, etc) to spread quickly and widely among internet users via social networking sites, e-mail, etc
n
(Communications & Information) a video, image, story, etc that is spread quickly and widely via the internet
virality n
ˈvirally adv

vi•ral

(ˈvaɪ rəl)

adj.
of, pertaining to, or caused by a virus.
[1935–40]

viral

A piece of information, such as a short video, that is rapidly and broadly disseminated via the Internet.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.viral - relating to or caused by a virus; "viral infection"
Translations
virový
virus-
바이러스성

viral

[ˈvaɪərəl] ADJvírico
a viral infectionuna infección vírica

viral

[ˈvaɪərəl] adjviral(e)

viral

adjVirus-; viral infectionVirusinfektion f

viral

[ˈvaɪərl] adjvirale

vi·ral

a. viral, rel. a un virus;
___ arthritisartritis ___;
___ croupcrup ___;
___ gastroenteritisgastroenteritis ___;
___ hemorrhagic feverfiebre hemorrágica ___;
___ hepatitishepatitis ___;
___ pneumonianeumonía ___;
___ replicationreplicación ___;
___ upper respiratory infectioninfección ___ del sistema respiratorio superior.

viral

adj viral, vírico
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Panelo on Tuesday said he would sue Inquirer.net and Rappler for libel and cyberlibel for what he said was a maliciously imputationthat he recommended granting executive clemency to convicted rapist-murderer Antonio Sanchez, his former client.
Presidential spokesperson Salvador Panelo on Tuesday said he would file libel and cyberlibel charges against Inquirer.net and Rappler for allegedly maliciously imputing that he recommended granting executive clemency to convicted rapist-murderer Antonio Sanchez.
Other arrested include Rolando Galagate Gahum (child abuse), John Owe Lopez (child abuse), Pandian Eban Agustin (child abuse), Bernol Camanse Caballes (acts of lasciviousness), Alejandro Kilingan Tugahan (acts of lasciviousness), Jeric Vesabilla (acts of lasciviousness), Daniel Boso Boso Pios (cyberlibel), Paulino Antequina Antiga (mining act), and Robby Culardo Arino (social security act).
The prosecutors shall determine if there is probable cause to indict Jayme with inciting to sedition or downgrade the crime to cyberlibel or order a formal preliminary investigation into the case.
"Itong NBI at DOJ, sabi nila cybercrime daw no'ong una, cyberlibel...Pero saan ka nakakita na cyberlibel lang [ang kaso] pero buong DOJ, buong NBI ang nagkukumahog?" the staunch Duterte critic told DWIZ.
Another recipient of the award is Rappler CEO and executive editor Maria Ressa who was arrested recently by the National Bureau of Investigation due to a cyberlibel case filed by the Department of Justice.
Most recently, Malacaang has denied that it has anything to do with the criminal charges filed against Rappler executive Maria Ressa, the latest being a cyberlibel charge which resulted in the spectacle of her arrest.
As a result, the Internet creates opportunities for cyberlibel - opportunities that do not exist in a face-to-face classroom environment.
Just recently, Dulay filed a complaint for three counts of libel and seven counts of cyberlibel against special envoy for public diplomacy to China and newspaper columnist Ramon Tulfo for certain false, reckless, and defamatory allegations in his series of columns that maligned not only the bureau chief but also other revenue officials and the BIR itself.
Apart from sedition, the respondents, mostly from the political opposition, were also charged with libel, cyberlibel, estafa, harboring a criminal and obstruction of justice.
He noted Soriano granted "an application for warrant to search seize and examine computer data pursuant to the rule on cybercrime warrants promulgated by the Supreme Court against Rodel Jayme for cyberlibel under the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012."
Judge Rainelda Estacio Montesa of the Manila Regional Trial Court (RTC) Branch 46 on April 12 ruled that there were enough elements of libel claimed by the Department of Justice (DoJ) on its charge sheet, as provided under Section 4(C)(4) of Republic Act (RA) 10175, that the prescription period for cyberlibel is 12 years, not one year, as provided under RA 3326.