It is just another proposed law - an amendment, if you like - in an extremely long list of laws. This one has etymology stretching right back to 1966 (see: p. 2 of the previously linked document). I am not a fan of any new laws, I barely like any old laws. However I am certainly not afraid of any laws or the law-making process. As I stated before, this particular proposed law is so full of loopholes, it is ludicrous. My personal favourite is Article 2 (a). If people who may be genuinely affected by this proposed law read this thread and learn something of it, well be good. Finally, and don't forget, sometimes laws are just as 'good' as they are 'bad'. This particular law could have the potential to one day stop the inter-European transportation of a pathogen. Perhaps the Great Potato Famine may never have happened if this law was around back then? Or, perhaps this law is part of an evil conspiracy to take over the world - mwah, mwah, mwah. Who knows? Who cares? The real crux of the matter is, if you are faced with a new law that you think may negatively affect you, then do something to oppose the passing of it. Or if the law already exists, then do something to repeal it. Of course, in order for this to occur, one (or one's community) must first be educated about the said law/s. I hope my brief foray here has helped with the latter.