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If your Web browser is set to accept cookies, the SR Web site places cookies when you visit. In order to sign in to the SR Web site, you must accept cookies from SR. Cookies are used to present you with a better experience and to remember your preferences, such as Remember Me.
Also, if you are “signed-in” to the Website, clicking the "Logout" link from the top of any page on the Web site other than the home page will remove your contact ID from your cookie, and will prevent others from using your sign-in account. You can remove SR's cookie at any time by following the directions provided in your Internet browser's "Help " file.