Every time you click on a Google search link, there's a small but perceptable delay before Google forwards you to a site. This script pretty much eliminates that. Thanks!
The main problem with this script is that it does not address the REAL way in which google tracks your clicks. It is commonly believed that the onMousedown function is used by Google to intercept the click in the clk() function and instigate a tracking function. This may be only what google would like us to believe. So many Greasemonkey scripts rely on this "fact", yet it is not true (at least for IE or FF). The onMousedown event placed on the anchor tags actually never gets fired due to programmatic interception via setTimeout() and setEventLister() functions. The actual tracking is done deep inside these functions in some heavily obfuscated code. See more on this here: Are we just killing the decoy?.
You don't want google to know what you are searching? You even hate google? do you use google? you do? OH MY F. GOD!
Sorry for the flame, but I'm getting irritated by people bitching about free stuff they are using...
Anyway, do you really believe that by removing cookies they can't trace your searches back to you? are you really that naive?
If you so desperate to have privacy, go live in a jungle or something and don't use the internet, when it comes to the internet, there is no such thing as privacy, period.
I'm sure some people might find this script useful, but in a big picture - it's quiet useless as the concept.
5 stars for the job though.