Cyberspace Communications is a non-profit, tax-exempt corporation which provides a computer conferencing system, called Grex, to the public, for free.

Cyberspace Communications functions as an online democracy, with policies set by its users. Formally, we are governed by a board of directors elected by our members, but we have a tradition of operating very much by a consensus. Topics are always publicly discussed in the Co-op conference before being voted on by the board, and the board is very reluctant to decide on anything until a strong consensus has emerged in the conference. In addition, any member can call a vote by the membership on any subject, and the board has no power to overrule the results of such votes. Changes to the bylaws can only be made by votes of the membership.

Day-to-day administration of Grex is performed by the Grex staff, whose members are appointed by the board. Like the board members, all staff members are volunteers.

Mailing Address:

Cyberspace Communications, Inc.
P.O. Box 4432
Ann Arbor, MI 48106-4432, USA.

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