Our paper submitted to Journal of Information Processing has been accepted for publication! In this study, we employed bidirectional encoder representations from transformers to assess 1,298 privacy and 139 security policies of Japanese companies. Results indicated over 90% covered user rights and security well, but lacked in data retention details. Despite recent law changes, many policies remain insufficiently updated. Congratulations, Mori-san!
Keika Mori, Tatsuya Nagai, Yuta Takata, Masaki Kamizono, and Tatsuya Mori, “Analysis of Privacy Compliance by Classifying Policies Before and After the Japanese Law Revision,” Journal of Information Processing, vol. xx, no. xx., pp. xxxx-xxxxx (in press)