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The Copyright Imaging System (CIS) is a system used by the U.S. Copyright Office to capture and store an online computer image of each copyright registration form. It applies a barcode label indicating the registration number; prints the registration certificate through use of high-speed printers working from the stored image; and stores the registration form for archival use.

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