This is the first
report of the first United Nations Special Rapporteur for Privacy. He is
planning to look for a definition of privacy in order to make the understanding
of the right more relevant to a digital age where the internet operates without
borders. The rapporteur is pursuing an analysis of privacy as an essential
right which enables the achievement of an over-arching fundamental right to the
free, unhindered development of one’s personality. Not everyone will find a
definition a good idea, but it is at least a very interesting exercise. The
report also mentiones some important evolutions and cases.

On the site of the
International Justice Resource Center
you can find a good summary of the report.

http://www.ijrcenter.org/2016/03/30/special-rapporteur-on-the-right-to-privacy-presents-first-report/

Full text:

The report can also be found
on the site of the United Nations Office of the High Commisioner for Human
Rights.

http://www.ohchr.org/EN/HRBodies/HRC/RegularSessions/Session31/Documents/A.HRC.31.65_AUV.docx