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Twitter and many other things of the sorts are considered forms of 'media'. If a girl tweets a picture of her kissing her dog, there is no political agenda behind that; just a simple documentation.
There is no way for human beings to present information in a way that does not show some form of bias.
Media don't normally deliver information that bases on axiomatic system.
It was responding to a premise that said humans in general, not just the media as in the main claim
You are essentially arguing that my premise is irrelevant.
Sound like perfect time for you to report fallacy.
some media deliver information that bases on axiomatic systems
media that deliver information that bases on axiomatic systems is not political
1.+2. => some media is not political
=> not all media is political
Cite an example for your first premise.
*writes "1+1=2" on a paper
that isn't media
"Media (communication), tools used to store and deliver information or data "
what does count as media for you?
The term media in this argument is used to refer to mass media, such as news, advertising, social, or broadcast media.
do youtube videos count?
Youtube videos can count as social media, although not necessarily always (for example, music audio content only). It varies.
*films the paper
*uploads it to youtube
that's not social media, that's just a picture of a piece of paper
*rents a billboard
*prints "1+1=2" on it
You're not advertising anything that could be debated.
There is no way to apply a bias to accepted mathematics except to outright deny it.
Sure there is: by presenting the facts and nothing more.
I.e. "The governor did this and said this today. There is a conference on such and such and the budget is whatever it is." End of report.