It’s been a turbulent week of naming, blaming and shaming. KLM suspended all flights to China because of fears about the coronavirus, the government cracked down on New Year firework sales and the football authorities announced plans to tackle racist behaviour. Health minister Bruno Bruins condemned people who ostracised Asian tourists on public transport, while Thierry Baudet refused to apologise for his discredited tale of harassment by train staff. And we discuss the implications of the recent court ruling that using algorithms to identify fraud ‘hot spots’ breaches human rights.
Ophef of the week: Baudet declines to apologise for tale of ‘four Moroccans’ on train
Top story: Coronavirus
Dutch ruling a victory for rights of the poor (Human Rights Watch)
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