The Special Rapporteur for the right to Privacy (SRP) intends to, with the assistance of the TASk forces announced in June-October 2016, and the involvement of multiple categories of stakeholders, prepare and present the following reports reflecting the Thematic Action Streams:

October 2021 – Planned report to the UN General Assembly "The transborder flow of personal data between corporations, law enforcement and surveillance"

March 2021 – Planned report to UN Human Rights Council "Progress, regress and other dimensions of the effective oversight of government surveillance"

Other activities

Letter from the Special Rapporteur on privacy to Malta, suggesting amendments to Security Services Act Cap. 391 of the Laws of Malta
12 December 2019

Upcoming consultation on Gender and privacy, New York: Program
30-31 October 2019

Letter to India on the data protection bill
12 November 2018

Letter to Australia on the Telecommunications and Other Legislation Amendment Bill
12 October 2018

Submission to OHCHR by the Special Rapporteur in connection with the workshop on the right to privacy in the digital age
8 June 2018

The Special Rapporteur on the right to privacy calls for consultation on big data and open data
17 January 2018

Special Rapporteur on the right to privacy presents Draft Legal Instrument on Government-led Surveillance and Privacy
February 28, 2018

Clarification: Status of SRP's Communication to the Government of Japan concerning the "anti-conspiracy bill"
28 May 2017

Consultations - Surveillance and Privacy, considering new measures at international law
March 2017

Letter to Japan on the 'conspiracy' bill
18 May 2017