Disables the JS function that adds redirect to Google Search Results.
When we perform a Google search for someone else and find something useful, we often want to right-click the link directly in the search results and copy the link. Unfortunately, the link we will actually get is a huge URL with a Google prefix, rather than the original URL.
Google uses this for redirect for tracking, which may be reasonable, but makes it very inconvenient to copy out links.
Note that the implication of this technique is that it will only work on Google sites where the redirect link is generated client-side. In particular, it does not work on Google Images, where the redirect link is generated server-side.