The deliberate law still applies, it hasn't been removed.Read the fucking rule FFS. It does not have to be deliberate. And the reason he makes his shape bigger is fucking irrelevant, just that he did, and he did make his body bigger by stretching his arm out perpendicular to his fucking body.
Everyone knows this new rule is being applied, less conspicuous examples were given, in the fucking CL (like the one against PSG v ManU).
Pointing to your player isn't a deliberate act of handball. He's making no attempt to make himself bigger, by blocking, he's literally instructing a player on their position. AGAIN, if you fail to understand the difference between actually making yourself bigger (this could also include jumping in front of the kicker like in a wall for example) and instructing another player, then your head is gone. No laws exist about a player having to keep his arms by his side. The ball came off his chest onto his arm, there is a law that clearly states if this happens then it is NOT handball.
The other handball you state are also furiously debated with the overwhelming majority of people stating that they weren't handballs, you could add Rose's against City in that list too. Whilst I completely believe that the PSG handball wasn't a handball, I see it MORE of a handball than Sissoko's, for the reason about making yourself bigger, the player jumped in the air, so there IS at least room for debate about him making an attempt to block the ball, which he clearly was trying to do. (Sissoko made NO such attempt).