Scott Adams made the claim that we do not choose our beliefs, they are assigned to us. One of the difficulties of adulthood is that peer pressure increases, not diminishes, as we choose our peers more, and hence they influence us. He notes that on Google, if you want to ask the question "Does Joe Biden have dementia?" you have to type in the whole thing, whereas on Bing and DuckDuckGo it pops up after typing "Does J..." As there is not plausible explanation how Google's algorithm could naturally be so different, it is an obvious manipulation - and thus election interference, especially as there are likely a hundred similar examples if there is this one.
But even the conservative press won't pick it up and assign it to us, so even conservatives will let this slide. My guess is that it is too hard to tell the story quite quickly and dramatically enough to make it a sound-bite, so they move on to things they think they can sell better. Even though this is bigger. Reporting by omission, while presenting yourself as an at least somewhat neutral information source, is very dangerous, yes.