Internet access as a fundamental right in LatinAmerica

This paper is partly a continuation of the previous one that dealt with the subject of education. But in this case, this paper will focus on the recognition of internet access as a fundamental right, in particular, the cases of Argentina and Colombia will be analyzed and compared. An analysis will also be made of how internet connectivity assumes an essential role in enabling the exercise of other rights and civil liberties during quarantine, such as the right to work, to association, to education, to political participation.