All these sorts of information can be stored in blockchain which makes it trustworthy and immutable. At the same time, authors of the concept suggest enabling Soul owners to set up privacy rights to avoid over-publicity.
Such tokens would be like an extended resume, issued by other wallets that attest to social relations. Based on soul-bound tokens (SBTs) like work or educational credentials, licenses, or certications, a Soul can have certain voting power in related communities. This approach might be a more flexible alternative to emerging ‘social rating’ systems that reinforce discriminations.