The article is rushed, probably written in one sitting and it is more of an editorial than a news release but here is a snippet:
"... On Tuesday, the Italian national team fast suit, the Jaked01, was rejected for use in the race pool by independent suit tests that proved that the suit served as an aid to speed, buoyancy and endurance. - [Craig provides no proof or hypertext link to validate that statement - Tony] - But far from sending the suit back to the cutting room, its makers want to challenge FINA and the Italian federation has approved anarchy in the host nation of the FINA world championships by telling its swimmers: yes, you can wear illegal suits. ..."
So far this is what we have on the international stage suit-wise: The USMS has issued a policy statement that seems well reasoned and coherent.
The Japanese will acknowledge Irie's record in an unapproved swimsuit due to all the confusion surrounding the approval process.
Finally, the Italian Federation is rumored to be allowing the unapproved Jaked into the pool at their Championships since the suit is undergoing an appeal.
Three governing bodies have essentially said to FINA: Get your ducks in a row and then we will listen to you!