The European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA) recently released a new report on life-logging: the sharing of personal data on social networking sites.
The report looks at both security and privacy risks of life-logging, both to citizens and society. One recommendation to come out of the report is that governments consider introducing "real sanctions" for personal data breaches and other violations of privacy.
￼Information security related risks may have serious connotations on privacy, economy and society, or even on people’s psychology...
The very detailed report offers some practical tips for governments and regulators as well as service providers about building privacy standards into product development, as well as company practices.
You can download the report here.