Tactical Rabbit believes, with a high degree of confidence, that members of foreign terrorist groups and American homegrown violent extremists have and continue to utilize the Amazon Marketplace platform for illicit and malign activities.
Tactical Rabbit believes with a very high degree of confidence that members of foreign terrorist groups and some American homegrown violent extremists have, and continue to utilize the Facebook Marketplace platform for illicit and malign activities.
Tactical Rabbit conducts a survey of operations at the Michigan Department of Health & Human Services (“MDHHS”) specifically regarding the Home Help Program, a multi-million-dollar operation designed to deliver non-medical Medicaid-paid services to individuals in need of hands-on care related to activities of daily living.
As of mid-2019, the Chinese government’s threats of tariffs and sanctions against US companies engaged in arms sales to Taiwan was deemed to be an intangible warning unlikely to incarnate into any real penalties provided that the US government continue to respect the “One China” doctrine.
As of mid-2019, it is predicted that the North Korean regime, which views itself as a global pariah born from anti-Western, pro-Communism origins, will publicly pursue negotiations with the US while secretly maintaining unalloyed almost occultist aspirations to rile the West…
As of mid-2019, there was an increased threat of losing one’s private, intimate photos/videos and other data to a targeted hacker: victims were failing to implement privacy tools congruent with the vulnerability that their celebrity created…
Tactical Rabbit is well known for its investigations into corporate wrongdoing. But sometimes its pursuit of justice leads it to unlikely places. Consider the case of tiny Sweet Briar College, the elite women’s college near Lynchburg, Virginia.
Tactical Rabbit’s mission is to uncover, analyze and—when required—go public with highly-sensitive information. The private intelligence agency performed all three services during an investigation of an Arizona-based company named LifeLock.
In late 2013, multiple media outlets reported that telecom giant Sprint Corp. and its parent company Softbank were trying to buy a majority stake in phone carrier T-Mobile. An interested telecom investor asked Tactical Rabbit to investigate, to learn if the multi-billion-dollar merger would be approved.