When you search for something on Google Search, it presents you with a search results page where all the results are listed. If you click on any of the search results, it redirects first to Google and then to the intended webpage. Google does this to track your browsing behavior, tracks your clicks, analyze the statistics and later optimize their search results. But if you do not want to be tracked by Google in this way, then you can use a Firefox add-on that would change all the links on the search results page to actual webpage links.
The Remove google search redirects add-on for Mozilla Firefox stops Google redirection when you click on the links of Google search results. This addon simply removes that redirection and turns every search result into its original link, saving your time and giving you more security. You can get this add-on from the Mozilla Firefox add-ons site. It does not require you to restart Firefox, so you can start using it right after installation.
After you install this add-on, you will not notice anything – no icon, no menu item, nothing. But whenever you search for something in Google, it works in the background and converts all the links to reflect the actual websites and removes all the Google redirections. This add-on works on all the Google sites like Blogspot, Google Images, localized Google search sites (like google.es, google.co.in, google.co.uk and so on), Google News and Google Recipes and more. This add-on has no options.
You can install this add-on from https://addons.mozilla.org/.