All these efforts to outlaw boycotting can only really outlaw calls for boycotts, i.e. speech.
Since no one can use the instance of one individual or group calling for a boycott to compel other individuals or groups to go against a boycott except by speech.
So what they’re crafting is a new SLAPP tool.
That’s bad, but every dog has it’s day, and most laws like this can be circumvented with specific language (like the UK media having stories about what they aren’t allowed to have stories about by way of not mentioning the actual subject and leaving much to the reader)
And I’ll be looking forward to the groups that use the same law to hit back at their corporate boycott targets, when one of these targets tries to interfere with the funding of a group or otherwise engages in free speech denigrating their ideological opponent by way of saying that no one should support them.
But maybe that’s the long game, because corporations do win in the land of no speech, they don’t need it, they’re fine if you don’t have it even if it means they must be silent too.