My biggest nitpick is the fact that IDs and concessions are apparently cheating. Intentional draws I can sort of see as potential cheating, but in reality, if you and your opponent are in a position where you can agree to mutually ID and both be in the cut, then I believe that you have both sufficiently demonstrated your skills.
Now concessions? That's just absurd, and is in direct contradiction to attempting to have multiple game swiss rounds not go to time. There are gamestates in Netrunner where a player could be 10, 15, 20 minutes away from winning, but the game is already essentially decided. Why shouldn't the player who knows they have virtually no chance to win get to concede and move on into game 2 to try to get the match to not go to time?
Also, what exactly is "intentionally losing?" There are no examples given in the document as to what that might be. If I run a mushin-ed facedown card against PE with no cards in hand, is that considered intentionally losing? What if I leave that card alone and end my turn with 0 cards in hand, when the card is an agenda they score the next turn, is that intentional then? If I faceplate into a fatal NEXT Gold I should have seen coming, is that intentional? What if I had exposed it a few turns ago, but said that I forgot about it...is that intentional? As the corporation, if I play in a stupid fashion (just installing unprotected agendas all over the place when that is not how my deck works usually), and I lose, is that intentional? What if I say I was trying to bluff the runner?
Basically, given how complex the game of Netrunner is, it is trivially easy to lose a game intentionally due to nothing but play errors, or even making risky lines that don't work out. How are judges supposed to accurately determine that the one guy who faceplanted a facedown card and died was just making a risky play, and the other guy who did the same thing was cheating and trying to lose?