I bring your attention to a couple (of many similar) articles written by Ars Technica. https://arstechnica.co.uk/information-technology/2017/01/twitter-search-trump-profile-insults/ https://arstechnica.com/staff/2016/12/deathwatch-2017-the-most-endangered-tech-companies/ In particular from the article, this statement by Ars writer Sam Machkovech: "The platform’s most talked-about user, President-elect Donald Trump, The platform’s most talked-about user, President-elect Donald Trump, has relied on the platform to spread misinformation and point his most harassing and abusive followers at specific people he dislikes." What Sam Machkovech has written here is objectively false. Also it's totally unacceptable to say in a tech article when talking about bad tech companies. He could not stick to reasons why the tech companies have failed or will fail. He added in his own point showing his political bias. There are more such articles out there. Yes Ars Technica is still promoting the tech news but every time they also attach Trump quite heavily in some of their articles while not saying a thing wrong about the left. I don't care which side they like or hate, Ars Technica is a tech news website. They should be reporting on the tech news without their political bias getting in the way. Unbiased tech news where the readers can make up their own mind on it. That's what Ars Technica used to be but not anymore. What do you think about this? Do you agree or disagree.