Site owner Fyodor Vaskovich said MySpace made no effort to contact him first, and that GoDaddy pulled the plug with no prior notice to him, and without a court order.
"They didn't tell me why they removed the site," Vaskovich told News.com. "At a very minimum, we should get warning."
GoDaddy, which has registered over 18 million domain names, defended its actions.
"We tried to contact the registrant, but they were not available at the time," GoDaddy general counsel Christine Jones told News.com. "To protect the MySpace users from potentially having private information revealed, we removed the site."
Vaskovich told News.com he is now seeking a new registrar "who doesn't immediately bend over for any large corporation who asks."