There is a way to “have the trackers removed permanently”, not acquiring any in the first place. Here’s a way to start, using Firefox with some Add-ons (browser extensions) such as illustrated in the attached screenshot; mainly uBlock Origin, Decentraleyes and Privacy Badger (along with HTTPS Everywhere, for a little bit of a boost in security).
Also, setting Firefox Options, Privacy & Security, Browser Privacy - Enhanced Tracking Protection to: “Strict”. Afterwards, even more can be achieved by configuring about:config settings, which is the “user.js” custom file that Firefox has a mechanism of how to emply. It’s really neat, although some sites can break - but, we don’t need those. =)
Aanyway, hope it helps! (Some other browsers can achieve similar results, but arguably - at least so far, until the devs take way those options - Firefox could be the most customizable; for example searching about:config for “Telemetry” and “Reporting” - and (some, many) more, we can remove a lot of ways companies track us and ads target).
EDIT: You can see in my second screenshot, attached, that I take it way over the top with the about:config settings. In fact, using a super-custom user.js file that used to be the Ghacks user.js, which first got hosted on Github and then project renamed to “arkenfox”, github.com/arkenfox/user.js (and it’s heavily edited from their version, as to my liking. :))
P.S. Oh (!), this CCleaner web browser is a 3.1 MB download, looks promising, nice!.. OIC., it’s a “Chromium-based browser” (so, nvm.)