Bottling up time in a capsule... absolutely precious to the mother, father and artist... but did anyone ask the kid?
Compare the video below with the Marina Lutz experience documented in the report (link provided).
" Another source of personal harm may be one’s own personality development and mental health. It may be that the identity of a person being consciously logged today is viewed with regret in the future. If a data subject cannot delete life-logging data, then “looking back” may become an exercise of great personal annoyance. A very characteristic example of this is the recent film project “The Marina experience”, in which Marina Lutz expresses in her own way her traumatic experience by having all her moments, even the most intimate, filmed for the first 16 years of her life, exposing her father's “voyeurism, his latent paedophilia, his bullying, coercive nature, his pathological narcissism”40. There is a risk that social media and the way it is used would often “require and invite an almost compulsive photographic capturing of the self”41.
Read more from this EU ENISA report here.