I suggest that since it is hard to represent the Coc, and since when I made a openstudy account, they didnt show me a, "terms and conditions" contract of sorts. To show these kinds of things, for example, you can create an account from now on, and then they want you to check the policy, showing that you understand it.
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And, are some mods on this website robots? I thought this website was people as mods
I see that it doesn't show a link for the Code of Conduct but those other links take you to a page showing a link to follow to find the Code of Conduct.
I do agree that it might be hard for some people to spot it.