The emergency is still going on, but I’m making a new post. Tomorrow, across the Internet, people are going to participate in a CISPA Blackout. That means that they’ll shut down their websites for the day to protest CISPA. And so am I. Tonight before I go to bed, I’m going to make Max-igami private. It’ll remain that way for until I wake up on Tuesday. So Max-igami will be private for about 1 day, 9 hours, and 20 minutes. It will be password-protected. And until further notice, the only activity I’ll allow on this site is comments on this post and my previous post, titled “EMERGENCY! D:”. So be prepared for Max-igami to be private.

May the Force be with you. If you want to make your WordPress site private for tomorrow too, you can find out how at

Goodbye for now, and good luck protesting CISPA.

-SWF Max/GFF Max


About Gravity Falls Fan Max

I'm a Ravenclaw, a Whovian (a fan of Doctor Who), a Graviteer (a fan of Gravity Falls), a Star Wars fan, a LEGO fan, a Minecrafter, a nerd, a Futurama fan, and a fan of The Simpsons.

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  1. Sf Robby says:

    Why do these guys who made cispa not like fan fiction?

    • The guys against fan fiction were the people who made SOPA, not CISPA. If you’re curious, the people behind SOPA basically tried to make copyright laws really, really strict. Copyright is basically a law that says “Don’t attempt to make money off of someone else’s work.”, so if you do it just for fun (like with fan fiction), then it’s OK. But SOPA would’ve made things like fan fiction illegal. CISPA would let the government spy on people while they’re on the internet without their permission, which is still really bad.

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