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Policy & academic publications
Liwah Keller & Yuan Stevens. Innovation and Balance: Submission to the Government of Canada’s Consultation on Copyright, AI, and IoT. CIPPIC, September 2021.

Yuan Stevens, Stephanie Tran, Ryan Atkinson & Sam Andrey. See Something, Say Something: Coordinating the Disclosure of Security Vulnerabilities in Canada, Cybersecure Policy Exchange, June 2021

Yuan Stevens & Ana Brandusescu. Weak Privacy, Weak Procurement: The State of Facial Recognition in Canada, Centre for Media, Technology & Democracy, April 2021

Yuan Stevens & Sonja Solomun. Facing the Realities of Facial Recognition Technology: Recommendations for Canada’s Privacy Act, Cybersecure Policy Exchange, February 2021

Yuan Stevens, M.J. Masoodi & Sam Andrey. Home Ice Advantage: Securing Data Sovereignty for Canadians on Social Media, Cybersecure Policy Exchange, November 2020

Yuan Stevens & Anna Ma. Reaction Document to Responsible AI: A Policy Framework, written for Cyberjustice Laboratory, Université de Montréal, October 2019

Benoît Dupont, Yuan Stevens, Hannes Westermann & Michael Joyce. Artificial Intelligence in the Context of Crime and Criminal Justice, International Centre for Comparative Criminology, October 2019

Yuan Stevens. “Revenge Porn”, Tort Law, and Changing Socio-Technological Realities: A Commentary on Doe 464533 v ND, Canadian Journal of Law and Technology, November 2017


Essays & blog posts
Yuan Stevens & Stephanie Tran. As cyberattacks skyrocket, Canada needs to work with — and not hinder — cybersecurity experts, The Conversation, July 2021

Yuan Stevens. Survivability and Resilience: A View into Windows of Vulnerabilities, Terms: Vulnerability Series, Leonard & Bina Ellen Gallery, Concordia University, February 2021

Yuan Stevens. Three Reasons Why Canadians Should Know About Deepfakes Now, Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice, September 2019

Yuan Stevens. Don’t Hate the Player, Hate the Game, hack_curio, August 2019

Kate Stapleton & Yuan Stevens. AI Powered Malware: The New Frontier for Cybersecurity, Medium, July 2019

Yuan Stevens. The Promises and Perils of Artificial Intelligence: Why Human Rights and the Rule of Law Matter, Medium, September 2017



Op-eds
Yuan Stevens & Sonja Solomun. Facial Recognition Technology Speeds Ahead as Canada's Privacy Law Lags Behind, The Ottawa Citizen, March 2021

Yuan Stevens. Canada’s Data Protection and Security Laws are Falling Behind, The Toronto Star, November 2020