Cloaking is a method of fooling search engines in which site visitors are shown one set of page contents and the search engine robots — another. Usually pages that are loaded down with keywords (over-optimized) are created for the robots. Some webmasters mistakenly believe that they will improve their site's position in search results this way. In reality, though, they only subject themselves to the risk that their site pages will be excluded from the search engine's index.
You will need to stop cloaking entirely. You need to show identical content to your site's visitors and search engine robots.
After correcting any such violations on your site, click I've fixed everything in the Violations section in Yandex.Webmaster. This way the robot will know that you've made changes.
The I've fixed everything feature is available once per month for each individual site. Keep this in mind and only click it when you're absolutely sure that you've taken care of all the violations present on your site.
If several people have management rights to your site, a specific person should be delegated to re-send the site for checking at a particular time. None of the admins will be able to use the button again for a month.
Restrictions are usually lifted within a month after the violations have been addressed.
No. In this case there is no attempt to fool the visitor or search engine. The main thing is for users who arrive at your site from search listings to get the content that they expected to see.
As in the last case, there is no attempt at deception here. So this is not considered cloaking.