They are planning to go back and revise their guidelines to try and better explain what type of cloaking they don't like.
LOL, OK then!
Strange thing is, I'm sure they only updated their Inktomi Content Guidelines [inktomi.com] recently, and on the same page they say both
What Inktomi Considers Unwanted Some, but not all, examples of the more common types of pages that Inktomi does not want include: ... Pages that give the search engine a different page than the public sees (cloaking)
Treatment of Paid Content Inktomi designed its Index Connect and Search Submit programs to improve the quality of its search databases and thereby enhance the search user experience. Therefore, URLs submitted via Index Connect and Search Submit are subject to these rules and any other additional rules or policies adopted by Inktomi from time to time.
It will be interesting to see what they say now.
If things become clear and consistent for everybody, that will be just great! That was the intent of the article. IMO, though, things have always been clear and consistent up until now. :)