From your blog:
Who develops software? The same people who make money on our searches...the people who develop software aren't going to develop that program
You are never going to find helpful developers with an attitude like that. I don't work for a web advertiser, in fact of the 100s of professional software acquaintances I have, only two work with google, and they aren't in search or advertising. We are people too. We have varied political opinions and we have identities of our own to protect. We use and write whatever software we believe will be best for ourselves and others. There is no conspiracy against implementing your ideas, we just find them less practical than the ideas that we do implement. In fact, if you'd like your ideas implemented, but have somehow alienated all the developers around you: http://www.codeacadamy.com./
Besides, developers _have_ released tools for your ideas, but people just don't use them. For one example: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/trackmenot/. I built myself a similar program so I could better control the searches it was making. I thought it solved the "child porn problem" AthanasiusKircher was talking about, but the right combination of innocent words can still be used against you (plus it doesn't hide my cookie dough fetish). The other problem pointed out by the other poster, but also confirmed in practice by me, is that sort of people who are going to go through your search history don't care what chance there was that you visited a websites or your camouflager did. Depending on their motives, they will raise 3 times the shit storm or serve you three times the ads when they find you are searching ramen noodle fetishes and fruit fly sex on top of cookie dough pounding.
Back to your post:
flood the identity theft market with fake personalities
You first have to penetrate into the market place and earn some street cred pedaling and buying good identities. Easy to say, but I hear it's rather long and involved to do. Then, you can start mixing your fake identities in with the real ones. Except, you quickly blow the trust you earned with your buyers and have to go back to step one. If you are the FBI, it would be easier to immediately arrest everyone who bought the fake identities, rather than having to supply enough real identities so that sellers don't catch on.
Before blaming everyone else for conspiring not to implement your ideas, go try them yourself, you'll discover they aren't really as easy as writing a blog post. Also, know that this is what you sound like to us with the ability to implement your ideas. http://xkcd.com/793/