See this is literally a non issue, to date. I've worked in smaller companies that had multiple non related persons who had either the same last or the same first name. Hell I've worked with a 12 person crew where that has happened for a last name. It happens. Hell my first semester at college, when registering for classes I kept getting blocked for some based on what they showed as my previous academic record. I was going what the fucking hell. Went to the registrars offices and discovered two files got mixed up. Both belonging to a Mark Steven Wood. I was a Freshmen at a college two thousands miles away from my home state and there was also another Freshmen with literally the same name, from the same state and both of us coming from a town starting with the same letter. And per records there were 15 people from my state at the school (5 of them from my high school and in the same program). So what's the odds of that. Now its very likely that someone used the name as a homage to the reoccurring actor from TOS. But that is very likely all it will ever be. Hell they might even want it to be that character, but its still exceedingly likely to be utter irrelevant. I mean do we know anything about Kyle from TOS? I mean sure we saw him performing several function on the Enterprise (though his largest was manning the transporter), and we know he served on the Reliant (if we assume its the same character, technically we don't even know that) as a communications officer. But we don't have a first name, we have no knowledge of any likes or personality traits. For us the viewer to say this character is supposed to be the same character based on onscreen evidence, then we need to see a future version of this younger character interacting in Kirk's enterprise and referencing an event that occur by that version of Kyle. Without that, people who are complain are utterly irrational. With complaints that lack any merit.