Not that I'm suggesting anything untoward like bias or, heaven forbid, favourtism
But I agree, I can't see a lot being made of this. It is too open to deniability, something that puts the onus of proof back to the FIA. Like the Program code 13 (if I recall) that Benetton used after TC was banned. The difficulty comes in proving usage, "yeah, it was there but I didn't use it. Honest guv !"
That exact sort of spin has already started with Horner stating that, "The device can be used by hand but we were advised by the FIA that it must be operated by a tool. Yes, the device was there but we have never, ever used it in Parc Ferme".
Now that it's out in the open, I see it quietly disappearing. To make a big deal of it will only make the FIA scrutineers look incompetent. Charlie won't like that. Never mind the smear on the credibility of F1.
A storm in a teacup, me thinks.