This seems a bit too much like blatant scaremongering and a lack of public information than anything else. Yes net neutrality is a major thing that people should protect against but it doesn't seem like the EU is trying to stop it. No it seems that they are trying to get part of it through quickly and then amendments can be made at a later date. Trying to amend them now would only delay the changes even further.
On the other hand who knows... a government with the ability to control what people view. They wouldn't possibly be doing that?
Although some campaigners had suggested there might be growing support for the amendments within the parliament, all were voted down in large majorities. It is thought that many MEPs would have been reluctant to begin a process of amending the regulation given that it might have delayed another aspect of the rules - the abolishment of mobile data roaming charges. The result is "hardly surprising" according to legal expert Chris Marsden at the University of Sussex, given that many of the major parties represented in the parliament all supported the regulation text without amendments.