Here is the letter MySpace sent to me although the site I had set up didn't commit any of the violations mentioned in their email:
From: "MySpace Admin"
19 Feb 2007
Subject: Account deleted for violation of Terms of Service
Your MySpace account has been deleted for violating our Terms of Service.
This is usually due to one of the following:
* Nude images, sexually suggestive or violent photos
* Covering our banner ads with HTML
* Harassing other users
* You do not meet the minimum age requirement
* Spamming the classifieds, forums, bulletins, or other sections of the site
* Attempting to artificially inflate scores
* Scripting the site
Your account cannot be restored. If you choose to return to MySpace, please follow the rules.
8391 Beverly Blvd. #349 Los Angeles, CA 90048 USA
The JFUCKs had gone ballistic when they heard I had site up a memorial/investigation site at MySpace to bring back awareness for this poor girl who was brutally stabbed 17 times in which her killer was never found. They wanted so desperately for MySpace to take it down so Suzanne's unsolved murder would go back in the memory hole and they finally got there wish today. So now they can all sleep well knowing that the only memorial/investigation site on the internet to help bring awareness to her unsolved brutal murder got axed. I’m sure her killer is very happy about this too.
Well Suzanne, I tried my best. Sorry.
Suzanne N. Jovin
January 26, 1977 – December 4, 1998