The British Library has begun restoring its main catalogue online, which includes 36 million records of printed and rare books, maps, journals, and music scores, after a crippling cyber-attack. However, the access is currently limited to a "read-only" format, and it may take until the end of the year to fully restore the services provided by the UK's national library. In a recent blog post, the library's chief executive, Sir Roly Keating, stated that the complete recovery of all services will be a gradual process.
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