If a notice appears on the copies, it shall consist of the following three elements:
(1) the symbol © (the letter C in a circle), or the word “Copyright”, or the abbreviation “Copr.”; and
(2) the year of first publication of the work
If they haven't touched this page since 2012 (totally reasonable), I think it should be 2012.
This blog post (http://www.photoattorney.com/qa-what-year-should-i-use-for-m...) also mentions that you can use a range for when it covers multiple years of publication (like a blog).
The main purpose today is to demonstrate the owner claims the rights and is actually willing to defend them (in court), but it's not necessary to put it on any work.
"Service issue - Most users are experiencing issues accessing Twitter on web and mobile apps. We’re looking into it."
Update [12:12pm PDT]: During a planned deploy in one of our core services, we experienced unexpected complications that made Twitter unavailable for many users starting at 11:01am. We rolled back the change as soon as we identified the issue and began a controlled recovery to ensure stability of other parts of the service. The site was fully recovered by 11:47am PDT. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Seems like we need http://status.status.twitter.com
Twitter is currently down for maintenance.
We expect to be back shortly. For more information, check out Twitter Status. Thanks for your patience!
This is too bad. It comes if you refresh enough. But in the middle of the day, why would they do maintenance? Sorry Raffi, you failed this time.
Well, that's simple math: A year has roughly 525600 minutes, that makes one minute about 0.000190258752 % of the potential uptime.
Monthly, weekly, daily uptime calculations are left as an exercise to the reader, as well as proper calculations for leap years.
Next best thing, post to HN.
Down in London, UK.
Maybe: Technically, something is wrong.
Or: Something is wrong with our technology.
Do they have different models?
Damn, that guys good.