Got the message across quite well. But... Most people know the message at this point. It's just being a little more stretched here. Internet providers are lobbying for this, and the larger more... exploitative companies are lobbying for this. I feel like this would have worked better as a movie.
But you chose a game format.
Was this to make people pay more attention? To make them feel like this was affecting them at this moment, instead of several months in the future? The only truly interactive part was the tie/money machine. Was the point of it to say you're literally giving up the clothes on your back?
The more and more I think about this. The more I feel like this was rushed, and there were too few ideas behind it. You did make it though, so I'll give you credit for that.
Overall, not very informative, which was the point, I'm assuming, of this experience.
I will also give you credit for:
The music. Hauntingly beautiful, and combined with the chosen art style, very effective at creating a depressing atmosphere.
Posting the forms necessary to lodge a complaint. Seriously, thank you for this.
And the actually making this. Actually making it instead of simply doing nothing.
It's not that great but it does work towards something.
That being said, I do believe this is fear mongering.
Fear mongering for my side, but fear mongering nonetheless. Because, you're using this to make people actively fearful instead of how it'll affect them. and how it'll eventually affect their "Freedom".
Also, it knocks books. I like books.