Since the beginning of April, we have many pages such as:
For which Google continues to select this page as canonical:
(Replace "example" with "signalogic" to obtain the correct link.) All our pages have a https rel = canonical tag, which the Search Console correctly displays as canonical declared by the user.
Why does Google's indexing persist in this? The two pages are related only in that they are different products. The first page contains a brief mention and link to the second. Each contains different, unique content; No human would call them identical. What we declare canonical is not "credible" or credible in any way? Somehow Google is forced to the unrelated page. What method do I need to overcome this?
To update. As of June 7, the problem persists. It's actually worse, with more and more pages considered identical to that page, like this one that is even more different:
The clicks are decreasing for the day due to this. I have documented the problem here:
including the formal complaints I filed with FTC, DoJ, etc. I have sent countless comments to Google, as well as emails to John Mueller. I do not know of any other way to make Google solve any problem with its canonical page algorithm other than to keep calling attention to the problem.
Any appreciated advice on how to "break" the Google attachment to an incorrect canonical page.