Katherine Trendacosta has a comprehensive article at Electronic Frontier Foundation on the latest Save the Internet Act, March 6, here.
The article is critical of telecoms for trying to limit the scope of the bills to narrow interpretations of the concept of throttling.
As it happens, when I rode home on Amtrak this weekend from New York, I ran into a college student (apparently from Spain) who was quite knowledgeable of all the recent Internet problems, including Articles 11 and 13 in the EU, the various deplatformings of “conservatives”, fake news, and FOSTA. I suggested that the loss of formal net neutrality protections in June 2018 seemed to make little difference. Since he was going to American University he seemed at least vaguely familiar with News2Share.
But he said that it had. He said he had considerable experience video livestreaming and that there had been real problems before Obama helped guide net neutrality into being in 2015 and that problems had resurfaced.
I still see that most advocacy organizations (FFTF) keep after people to “donate” and “take action” for their narrow cause, while ignoring all the other problems affecting free speech (or minorities). It’s the way people in a real world work and raise money.
Here is a detailed story on the “Save the Internet Act” hearings on March 12 in the House. It was introduced by Mike Doyle (D-PA). It was introduced in the Senate by Ed Markey (D-MA, video).