UN’s Special Rapporteur for Privacy Joe Cannataci has met with Wikileaks founder Julian Assange in a London jail and concluded there are strong indications the Australian’s privacy may have been breached while he was living in the Ecuadorian embassy. Julian Assange complained to the UN in late March that his privacy had been violated by the Ecuadorians and the UN’s Special Rapporteur for Privacy, was scheduled to meet Assange at the embassy. Instead the two hour-long meeting had to take place at the high-security Belmarsh Prison in south-east London on Thursday morning local time. Assange has been placed behind bars since April 11 after his asylum was revoked by Ecuadorian authorities and he was subsequently arrested by the British police. “All I can say is that he was in fairly good shape and certainly very cogent in replying to our questions,” Professor Cannataci told reporters outside the prison. Professor Cannataci did not go into details of the alleged privacy infringements but described them as wide-ranging and said he would now seek to corroborate the Australian’s claims.