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Maarten Tromp (b. 1980, Amsterdam) is a visual artist that lives and works in Amsterdam. In his work – film, photography and installations – he reacts and reflects on the surveillance state, mass media and Dutch colonial history by creating alternative narratives.
Tromp graduated at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague (NL) in 2005. His photographic essay made in the streets of Amsterdam East was published as the book ‘The neighbour, his ex and the owner of the launderette’ (2008).
His photographs and short films have been exhibited at FOTODOK, Fotofestival Naarden and Addis Foto Fest (Ethiopia), in the Cobra Museum of Modern Art, World Trade Center Amsterdam, Filmhuis Den Haag, Museum Hilversum and the Nederlands Fotomuseum.
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An internet without spying as well as private communication are essential for a free and safe society. Somehow we lost this along the way.
But there is always a moment for change. So one of the things I do is using encrypted e-mail. No, I (usually) don’t send secret or highly classified e-mails, but it’s just not anyone else’s business. Specially not the business of multinational companies or governments that want to control their citiziens. Be the owner of your data and let’s encrypt! It’s easy, it’s fun.
Read more about encryption and other things you can do.