The internet is Google's walled garden
One that every browser is increasingly being forced to accomodate, perhaps the only solution is to block all sites that insist upon advertising and invasion of privacy.
W3C should be working upon their own standards to limit Google's absolute control but have seemed very quiet about google removing them from control.
Perhaps a reassessment of who the internet is supposed to benefit is in order.
Originally the network that became the internet was designed to allow scientists from different specialities to communication and hence bring different eyes to bare on problems.
Now the internet is just a way of profitting off the good faith and general ignorance of the punters who still havent got a clue.
Where before the internet promoted advances in technology now the trend has reversed with 1970's style timeshare systems rebranded as the cloud promoted as something new, all so the user's data and ID could be pillaged and profiled in the most efficent way. Where once everyone on the web was anonymous now the reverse is true and media keeps pushing the idea that this in someway for our benefit, ha
Governments insisting that the services their tax payers fund can only be accessed via the internet means that any privacy protections that once held for communications between those that pay the bills and those that control the law have been neatly sidestepped so what was once considered personal is now public to anyone willing to pay for access and without any chances of punishment for the abuse of trust.
Seriously you need to ask yourself is the cost of using the internet for those things remaining of value to you significant compared with what you loose in using the web.