Hundreds of the most influential people are divided into several categories, such as pioneers, artists, leaders or just titans. The selection has been made since 1999.
Jour appeared next to the Egyptian midfielder Mohammed Salah, who shot FC Liverpool, the triple US basketball winner LeBron James, returning to Tiger Voods golfers as well as founder Facebook Zuckerberg or founder Huavei Zeng-Fee.
Footballer Mohamed Salah
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In addition, Jennifer Haman has appeared in this category, launching a luxury luxury business, journalist Gale King, director Valt Disney and Robert Iger, scriptwriter Rian Murphy and Indian telecommunications entrepreneur Mukes Ambani.
It's the leading voice, wrote her colleague
Competition Commissioner Margreta Vestager wrote in her medal for Time about her colleague that Jour is "the leading voice for the regulation of large technology companies." He also recalls that Jour helped implement the General Data Protection Act (GDPR).
"Jour continues to fight that data protection is a daily reality, despite intense resistance. Jour is approaching this difficult task of enthusiasm, which is based on a fundamental belief that her mission is to protect Europeans," Vestager said. He also does not forget that Jourov spent more than a month in a Czech jail for charges of bogus corruption in 2006.
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The US magazine has been included among its most influential "leaders" such as US President Donald Trump, Chinese leader of the state of Jinping, Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido and 16-year-old Swedish activist Greta Thunberg.
Among the "icons" include, among others, former US first lady Michelle Obama and singer Tailor Svift and Lady Gaga.