The impact of copyright on various aspects of human life is becoming increasingly evident. This paper explores, for the first time in the literature, the relationship between copyright and the search for peace, with a focus on the transitional justice process in Colombia. Through a documentary research methodology, the study highlights the challenges posed by copyright laws that lack certainty in the application of exceptions and limitations to the digital world. Such challenges can difficulty a process that is inherently complex and holds great significance. Moreover, these laws also affect access to information, which is crucial in a context where transitioning to peace is imperative. Thus, there is a pressing need to devise a system of exceptions and limitations that can adapt to social and technological changes.
Palacio-Puerta, Marcela. "Transitional Justice, Truth, and Copyright: The Case of Colombia," (2023). PIJIP/TLS Research Paper Series no. 95. https://digitalcommons.wcl.american.edu/research/95