Every time you click results in Google, Yahoo or Bing, a special URL tracks your click—and makes it annoying to copy and paste. The CyberNet blog runs down click-track-preventing tools for all three search engines.
On the Google side, CyberNet recommends a familiar Greasemonkey Script and extension, both of which we've covered before. CyberNet's post goes the extra mile, though, in covering tools that remove click tracking and block HTTP referral sniffing on Yahoo, Bing and Google, offering up some clever tricks to pull off with AdBlock Plus and privacy lessons along the way.
Hit the link for a good read on being a bit more anonymous when you're searching the web.
How to Stop Google, Yahoo & Bing from Tracking Your Clicks [CyberNet News]