"The online registration system at the U.S. Copyright Office is back online after more than a week of being down, Library of Congress officials confirmed. In addition, the Braille and Audio Reading Download system, or BARD, has also come back online. The Copyright Office’s electronic registration system was reinstated on Sunday, nine days after it was taken down as part of scheduled maintenance at the Library of Congress. The BARD system, a free service of recorded books and magazines that was offline since Sept. 1, became operational Tuesday, a week after it failed."
Wednesday, September 9, 2015
Copyright and other Library of Congress computer systems are working again; Washington Post, 9/8/15
Peggy McGlone, Washington Post; Copyright and other Library of Congress computer systems are working again: