Question: Why do 'Databases' return immediately after removal of website data on Safari?
This question was posted earlier, however nobody replied although over 50 users had the same question. Does anyone know how to remove these magical reappearing databases? I have 4 of them. Who is keeping this data on my computer. One of them is "Whitepages.com databases". And as the earlier questioner mentioned, the others like "cache" and "cookies" all reappear after having been removed, although the websites are not used. Help.
"When I 'remove all' via Safari - > Preferences -> Manage Website Data on my MacBook Pro, these four 'Databases' return immediately, even tho I'm not on their websites. I cannot find a way of removing them from the list permanently. In fact, others seem to appear if I go back after a minute or so too - it's almost like there is a time delay attached to their reappearance. I'm rarely on these websites." (posted on November 17, 2017)
iMac, iOS 10.3.3, actually iOS 10.13.3 High Sierra