One of the country's biggest hip-hop groups, Alberta-trio of ’Suspect’, is especially known for the pornographic text about the rough.
One of their most profane albums were released under the name of ’No Off The Stars’.
But now has success-rappers Andreas Bai Duelund and Emil Simonsen (Bai-D and Orgi-E) and producer Rune Rask yet suffered a defeat.
It came to pass, as they would have fingers in the domain name 'Suspect.dk's, in which there should be a webshop, where they could sell merchandise.
So they yielded, without a lot of arguments the owner of the domain complaints Board for domain names.
Suspect want the domain for their web site and communication about their musical work.Suspect is one of the biggest names in Danish music.The band has over the last two decades established their place on the Danish music scene with hundreds of concerts, festivals, tons of prices, seven studio albums, with a sea of gold certifications.Suspect followed by 139.000 on Facebook, with a reach of more than a quarter of a million.Suspect followed by 84.000 on Instagram.The band Suspect have in all ways established itself in the public consciousness.The holder of the domain does not comply with the good domæneskik. There is nothing on the domain and no significant history on the domain.
Source: the complaints Board for domain names
But rappers could run and jump, shows a decision from the board.
It turns out that creative people in the Danish environment for the gay, lesbian and bisexual recorded Suspect.dk more than 10 years before, the rap group originated.
Personkredsen called themselves originally, the Club Bizarre, but changed in the nineties, the name for the Club Suspect.
the Aim was bl.a. to help people residing in areas without many homo - and bisexual with get contact to the group, when they went into the city and danced to the electronic music
’It could be perceived as a support group, because we watched out for each other,’ explains the owner of the Suspect.dk, which itself was a part of the environment.
He explains to the complaints Board for Domain names, email addresses in the nineties, typically the revealed the person behind: Fornavn.Efternavn@udbyder.dk.
So Far most of the people in this environment were very reticent about using the e-mail,’ he writes.
’We were the few pieces which found that low an opportunity to get an anonymous e-mail, therefore the domain was suspect.dk register’.
It was a great success, and many are using today are still an email address ending in @suspect.dk.
So the board of appeal decided that ’There can not be the complainant, SUSPECT 2010 ApS, dismissed.’
the Tribunal is satisfied that it is ’not satisfied that the interests of the complainant in the disputed domain name significantly exceeds indklagedes interests.’
’the board of Appeal notes, in this connection, that the respondent, according to the case information registered the domain name ”suspect.en” many years before the formation of the complainant and the music group Suspect’.