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Preface In 2004, a conference on ‘ Illegal Trade, Fighting Illicit Traffic in Cultural Goods within the European Union’ was held in Rotterdam as part of the Netherlands’ presidency of the European Union (EU).
Gevalstudie over een proef met cameratoezicht in de Leeuwarder binnenstad [In full view. Examples of these categories include articles of furniture more than one hundred years old or musical instruments, stamps, manuscripts and coins. 2 The art of the Internet ‘ Internet trading is not an alternative to the regular trade, although it is a signifi- cant new development’.3 In 2007, the international investigation agency, Interpol, carried out a survey in 56 countries which showed that respondents felt that illegal trade in cultural goods on the Internet was on the increase.
Objects that belong to these categories include collections of flora and fauna, objects from excavations (both legal and il- legal) and paintings. 83) cultural goods are understood to be those that are of importance for archaeology, prehistory, history, literature, art or science and which belong to one of the categories specifically listed in the appendix to the convention.
We would like to thank the supervisory committee for their cooperation and input in this research: Wim Westerveld (Department for Cultural Heritage), Marja van Heese (Cultural Heritage Inspectorate), Jan Lely (Ministry of Security and Justice), Jos van Hecke (National Police Services Agency (KLPD)), Martin Finkelnberg (National Police Services Agency (KLPD)), Pieter ter Keurs (Dutch National Museum of Antiquities (Rijksmuseum van Oudheden)), Jop Ubbens (Christie’s Amsterdam), Jan de Groot (Ministry of Finance), Ton Wagemans (rep- resenting e Bay, Marktplaats, Speurders and 2dehands.nl), Jan Petri (Ministry of 7877_The art of 5 9/13/11 PM 6.
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On a national level, the Minister of Justice ordered an investigation into antique and art trade within the framework of the ‘ Organised Crime Prevention Pro- gramme’.
These objects will be returned to Iraq, but for one month they will be on display in Leiden.
Moreover, the precise role of the Internet within the illegal trade, as well as how buyers and sellers go about using the Internet to trade, were not known.