The right to be forgotten (RTBF) has been a contested topic of discussion for decades. This chapter explores the possible application of the RTBF in peace processes. The RTBF has been suggested as a response to a wide scope of potential online harms stemming from public disclosures of information. A large body of literature highlights the RTBF’s tension with free speech and access to information. A key aspect to applying the RTBF during peace processes is the scope of public interest and the extent to which information may be relevant. Public interest has traditionally existed in the RTBF literature and jurisprudence as a limit or a counteracting factor to individuals’ privacy, as something that may justify keeping the information regardless. In applying the RTBF in peace processes, however, the discretional decision about what information should be delisted is already made. The RTBF could favor reconciliation and peace.