Yes a little provocative, I need to catch your attention.
Basically what their are saying is that a few companies (mainly Dainese and Briko) developed technologies that have been proven to increase the safety of the athlete. Dainese one of the top motorcycle protection companies in the world has been developing their airbag technology for skiing application, Briko a new helmet with an extra layer of protection, and so on.
The FIS has shut down these technologies because of bogus claims such as the airbag gives an aerodynamic hump (wind tunnel tests showed no advantage) and the helmet cannot be used because of the "lindsey vonn rule" no attachment to the the helmet (her was a gopro...)
Also there is a cool technology that allows real time timing gate by gate, sensors in bib and poles, which has also been shut down by FIS.
IF we think of all the "safety" reasons for the longer radii and such it really seems like whoever is running FIS doesn't have a clear mind.