What this bill says is that those who are suspected of illegal downloading will be sent letters by their Internet Service Providers (ISPs) notifying them to cease their actions. After a year, the regulators tracking this activity can decide if this letter impacted the file-sharing of the user or not. If it did, they can decide to take no further action. However, if it didn't, they can take technical measures that could lead to possible suspension of their use of the Internet. There are other aspects to the bill that include blocking all copyright-infringing Web sites, which makes me curious about what they'd do with YouTube.
While the bill is not fully approved just yet, it seems that people of the music industry in the UK think the bill is a good idea, and want to work with ISPs.
Geoff Taylor, a music industry executive says the bill "