"I wonder if removing my access to the Internet could be a breach of the 'bill of rights' - freedom of expression and freedom of association."This was one of the concerns shared by many people. Have you written to Chris Finlayson and Steven Joyce about this? You can see some ideas on what to write about and examples of submitted letters here.
Of course to further define what's reasonable under this law there will be court cases (either in the sense of S92A/C or case law making changes to Fair Dealing defences/allowances). There will be alot of money needed to support the first to test case in the courts, and a lot of interest from different sides to make it go their way.
S92A is against the presumption of innocence which is in our bill of rights because it asks for punishment before a trial. All of the material talks about "infringers" (not alleged infringers) as if just anyone can just make that judgment.
As you'll see from the example of TradeMe v. Lixtor, or Obama's Iconic Poster, or Quoting 5 Words May Be Copyright Infringement, or Telecom and Satire/Parody copyright is only simple to those who don't understand copyright.
Edit: InternetNZ's response to the TCF draft policy.