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Yep. Try Right Click > Copy Link Address. It copies the google.com/... redirect link, which is how I first learned that they were doing this.



To see how it works:

* Open a search in Chrome, and open up the Inspector (making sure not to right-click any links you want to inspect),

* Find an <a href="..."> tag for a search result.

* Right-click the tag in the Inspector, go Break On... => Attributes Modifications.

* Right-click the link like you usually would to copy it, and see what happens.

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