That one was linked on the first page of this thread. The video on that link gives you a better insight into what's happening. He also explains in the video that it's set up more as a "task-force for better practice" than a hard done law. They won't have much power of punishment. They will pretty much only be able to "rehabilitate" offenders back into the web community. I think if this really wants to get off the ground though that they should be educating the users first and foremost. As soon as a massive surge of people start complaining that this cookie's doing that and so on, this bill will take flight. Until then, it's just flat.