My photo was taken while I was a part of a company based in California. It was used on printed corporate documents and web pages. I didn't sign any document of image usage by the company, but didn't mind while being employed as it indeed reflected my being a part of the company. Nothing in the employee handbook states that my image can in certain cases belong to my manager or be used for commercial purposes.
After my termination, I would like to ensure that my image will not be used by the company anymore. I do not work there anymore so it is inaccurate in suggesting I am a part of this company and endorse its activities, and I do not want my picture to be used for lucrative reasons, and without my consent now that I am no more part of the company. I am also not comfortable with them keeping too much personal information about me on their computers and outside of my control.
According to California law, can I request them to stop using these images in web and print, and delete them from their machines, as well as the promotional documents they appear on?