Ah, I see. thanks.
In that respect I resolve the Google tracking problem with the following:
* I don't use any Google services, not even gmail.
* I use search services other than google.com, all of which the owners claim to not use any tracking (of which I can't prove or disprove, of course).
* For years I have permanently blocked google cookies.
* I never have allowed third party cookies.
* I maintain a limited cookies white list through NoScript.
* I don't use broken "features" like auto-complete, which I find seldom succeeds in any software. I never met an app where auto-complete (auto-correct) functions correctly more than incorrectly. I disable those kind of features in all apps I use. Then again, not to sound pompous, but I have more confidence in my intelligence than software algorithms designed to do little more than guess.
* Through the years I have found that google search results have consistently gone downhill. Too much noise results from most searches.
* I use a simple strategy to thwart ad tracking, based upon a massive secondary hosts file used by dnscache.
* I am one of those people who tends to sacrifice convenience in favor of security. I understand and accept I'm in the minority.
I'm not trying to be flippant --- just trying to help.