Right. When (let’s call them) non-Ferrari teams challenge the “spirit” of the rules the argument is all always that it’s the letter of the rules (as written) that need to be adhered to, so good on the chaps that are clever enough to find loopholes. Case in point, the double diffuser. The intent (or spirit) of the rule limiting diffuser volume was to limit downforce as so cornering speed. So here Ferrari found a loophole (presumably) around a limitation for reducing fuel consumption and so power but were not found guilty or proven to have broken this rule. FIA’s poorly thought out limiting system (like the wording for the diffuser volume) was circumvented and they can’t get Ferrari on anything concrete so put out a weasel-word release allowing everyone to make their own conclusion and licence to label the team as cheaters.