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This is standard practice for Web sites, and is not used for any purpose other than to evaluate how we can design the site to best serve your needs. In order to provide better and more secure service we will use a "Cookie." A cookie is a small piece of information stored on your computer that can uniquely identify your browser, and may include other information about your visit to the site. The cookie cannot be read by a Web site other than the one that set the Cookie. Most browser software can be set to reject all Cookies. Most browsers offer instructions on how to reset the browser to reject Cookies in the "Help" section of the toolbar.
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