In response to the FCC's attempt to repeal net neutrality, one Kickstarter campaign proposed a satirical book entitled "Goodnight Internet," which highlights the potential impact that the proposed policy changes could have had on the internet.
The book parodies the children's bedtime story, Goodnight Moon, and is described as a way to "Explain to your kids how moneyed interests, gov't trolls, and throttle-philiacs ruined the net for the 80% who believe in neutrality." If funded, this mock campaign would translate the "internet jargon into a digestible 1-2 sentence per page format."
Although the campaign takes a more humorous approach, the overall theme still conveys a sense of urgency and disappointment, in a manner that's accessible for all ages.
Goodnight Internet Helps Parents Explain Net Neutrality to Kids
Ellen Smith — February 9, 2018 — Pop Culture