remove certain pictures, and presumably a court has ordered Yahoo! Yesica and her lawyers have exercised a legal right now dubbed "The Right to Be Forgotten" that allows you to remove embarrassing pictures or information you put on the web — and do it permanently, totally. or Google or Facebook, "I don't want that there anymore. You have the image or the email or whatever in your computers. And if you don't, you are breaking the law." Yesica demanded that Yahoo!Scouted on the streets of Prague by NEXT Model Management, upon signing she moved to Milan, Italy.After winning the 1995 Czech Elite Model Look, she returned to Milan where her career flourished.She finished second in the Elite Look of the Year modeling competition when she was 16.
Yes, we put it there when we chose to search for free, mail for free, and shop online, but surely, says Ms.
Argentina is not the only place with a Right to be Forgotten.
to block Yesica searches while the two sides appeal.
On 3 June 2004, she was one of the telecast judges during the 53rd annual Miss Universe competition in Quito, Ecuador. On 7 July 2007, she was a presenter at the American leg of Live Earth.
In 2005, Němcová published her autobiography Love Always, Petra (ISBN 0446579130).