Parliament has confirmed the cave-in agreed by Pila de Castillo with governments. This means
[a] ‘open Internet’ (no mention of net neutrality in text) becomes EU law via a directly effective Regulation in a month or so (expect publication in Official Journal just before Christmas)
[b] BEREC – the European regulators’ club – has to issue guidelines in 9 months after that for how to enforce
[c] Zero rating remains a point of obscurity in both the Europe and US – except in Netherlands, Norway, Slovenia where it is currently banned. How those laws interact with the new Regulation will be a bone of contention…
The social democrats and Christian democrats (roughly: Democrats and Republicans) all voted against it with one or two exceptions. Split 438-236 on the specialised services amendment in particular.
As you would expect supporters of neutrality in the Parliament are less than impressed and right to be.