Buro Jansen & Janssen
Buro Jansen & Janssen are a Dutch 'detective' agency co-founded by Eveline Lubbers and Peter Klerk itself being 'a spin-off from the powerful squatters movement of the eighties' The squatters' movement and other activist groups were, in the 80's, increasingly confronted investigation by police and intelligence services. Jansen & Janssen began as a reaction against the collection of counter-information. During the nineties, the research firm shifted more towards controversial issues in general.
One of it's subsiduaries, Stichting Res Publica ('Res Publica' foundation,) went on to be responsible for TobaccoTactics.org; a site that purports to monitor 'Big Tobacco' but also takes an active interest into people who are vocal about anti-tobacco tactics not affiliated with tobacco companies.
The agency takes its name from the bumbling detectives in the Dutch translation of Tintin by Hergé. In the original French and translation into English they were known as 'Dupont et Dupond' and 'Thomson and Thompson'