Poster made in the Netherlands, 1971. The text on the poster reads:”Don’t You Count?” and beneath that:”Refuse to take part in the census”.
In the fall of 1970, the Dutch government will be overwhelmed by a golf social unrest over the fourteenth general census. Memories of the war and fear of computers lead to a wide protest and the count runs out on a failure. As indirect consequence, the Netherlands receives its first privacy laws.