Ever notice that Google's search results don't offer the actual link to the websites, but instead a long redirection link? Not only does this make it impossible to right-click to copy the link, the URL sends referral information (e.g., your search terms) to the sites you visit through Google search. There's a fix for that.
Don't Track Me Google is a userscript created by StackExchange user Rob W. Install the Chrome extension and the script changes the tracking URL to the actual site's URL and hides the referrer for increased privacy:
As someone who copies links from search results regularly, this is a huge timesaver (instead of having to visit the site just to get the page address), and the privacy addition is a nice bonus.
If you use Firefox or another browser, there are other methods you can try posted on Lifehacker.