Hairstylist Alba Quezada Shocked by Playboy Playmate That Shares Her Same Name
By Bruce Edwin
Before the internet, a person having the same name as you may be a bit annoying, but it wasn't a huge problem. Today, with the internet, it can not only be confusing, it can be upsetting. When Alba Quezada, a real estate agent and hair stylist to the stars found out recently that a Playboy Playmate shares here same name- she was shocked. When Alba found out that the nude pictures of the models rear end shows up on the front page of the internet when people looked up her name- she was outraged.
Google Allows Easy Access to Explicit Content
"What?! Are you kidding me?" Alba said. "That's terrible! That's wrong! I don't believe in this. I am a Christian. I don't want people to see this pornographic image connected to my name. They shouldn't even allow that on the internet. Why do they allow that, for kids to see and everyone?" Ask Google. Google's CEO Larry Page's mother is reportedly Jewish, but Larry was reportedly raised without religion.
Google Sued Due to Policy Concerning Illegal Content
In 2006,Google was reportedly sued by Nassau County Legislator, Jeffrey Toback (in Long Island, New York) for allegedly profiting from child pornography, and not doing enough to keep children safe. The suit reportedly sought no monetary damages, and instead asked Google to change their policies to better protect children. Recently, an adult company sued Google for reportedly 'giving away some of their content for free.'
Standards of Decency Declining with The Internet
The images of the Playmate of the other Alba shows the modes rear end, and most of her breasts on the first page of Google's images when searching the name of the hairstylist. Before the internet and modern day television further eroded standards of decency, such images could only be found wrapped in plastic on a top shelf of a newsstand that sold Playboy or certain biker mags, or on 'R' rated, restricted programs or films at the theater or stations such as HBO. Today, companies like Google make it as easy for children to see nudity and porn with the tap of a button.
Will the Real Alba Quezada Please Stand Up?
'What can I do about this?" Alba asks. Unfortunately, there is nothing much she can do, except maybe tell people that she is not the nude model, since it doesn't appear that Google is changing their policy any time soon. "This is disgusting," Alba states, "This woman should be ashamed of herself. How can any man respect her now that she has done this? She's just made herself like a piece of meat."
Celebrity Hair Stylist Alba Quezada Gives Free Consultation
In Los Angeles, for the month of March and the rest of February 2013 only, patrons can see Celebrity Hair Stylist Alba Quezada, for a free hair and beauty consultation. Alba Quezada was trained by Vidal Sassoon Salon.
Alba Quezada at Salon on Seventh
429 W. 7th street, Los Angeles, California, 90014
There is street parking or you can use the valet across the street.
This story must be mentioned, to get the free consultation, and this offer is not for any hairstylist at the salon- just Alba.
Call Alba first to schedule the complimentary appointment. call Alba at: 323-855-3894 (Los Angeles, California)
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Bruce Edwin is editor of The Hollywood Sentinel and President of Starpower Management, the celebrity model and talent firm. Contact Bruce at TheHollywoodSentinel.com. Read more stories by Bruce Edwin.
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