I'm no lawyer, but it appears to me that (ii) allows online profiling for pay.
It doesn't support internet based remote profiling services. You can't just have people send in targets and bill them for the profiles going out to them without other services (like training).
It does support remote profiling when it's *combined* with billable training. That training can be provided onsite, over the phone, etc.
I'm actually in favor of this approach. Having been in the calibration business since 1994, remote profiling is a pain in the ass, and does a great disservice to everyone involved, except when trained end-users are the ones getting the profiles. People need that training in addition to the profiles. If you don't give them that training bad things happen.
Most people think all they need is a printer profile when they actually need much more (better display calibration, better lighting, better understanding of color management policies, etc). Cheap online remote profiling services without any training usually leads to disappointing results because of weaknesses elsewhere in the workflow and creates a support burden on the provider. It also cheapens the value of high quality training - training that looks at the bigger picture of someone's workflow and carefully integrates not just good output profiles, but excellent display calibration, lighting suggestions, color management policy understanding, etc. That's what people really need - a bigger picture understanding about how all of the components work together.
I've operated a remote profiling service for over a decade now. It's a private service that's only available to my clients that have received onsite training. It allows for these knowledgeable professionals to maintain excellent profiles for their devices over time. It's affordable and I'm very clear about telling them that it doesn't include any support. Remote profiling works really well with these clients that I've visited and spent time with. I've anticipated the questions they're going to ask and taught them advanced critical thinking color skills so that they understand all the complex aspects of their workflow and can address problems on their own.
Time and time again people have contacted me saying "I'm a pro and know what I'm doing - I just need a profile from you." When I have made exceptions to my rule about only working with existing clients, I've been flooded with support emails from these people. "Prints from your profile don't look like my monitor" because they aren't calibrating their displays correctly or using good lighting, "Prints from your profile look too good, can you desaturate your profiles?" because they're used to over-saturating their files to compensate for their previously poorly color managed printing process, etc. Or worse yet, they continue to get poor results and don't bother to tell the remote profiling service provider at all. You get the idea. People need training in addition to the profiles. If you don't give them that training bad things happen. That's my opinion - my $0.02!