So far so good, it's important they will read and who knows, maybe even keep in mind.
However, there is a glitch as far as user experience is involved. The bottom of the page is:
In most sites/forms with that mechanism, the "proceed/continue" link/button is disabled until the checkbox is ticked. However that's not the case here. Users can click "proceed" just fine, and in case they did not tick the checkbox, they are simply being redirected yet again to the same page. No alert. No message. Nada.
Of course they can use their mind and finally understand "hey, I need to tick that checkbox!" but honestly, I don't think it's a good experience. Unless this is on purpose to be some sort of initial test I think the link should be disabled or at least some alert should be displayed when trying to proceed without ticking the checkbox.
This behavior can be reproduced only by accounts without any questions. (Otherwise clicking proceed without ticking the checkbox will simply take you to the actual "ask a question" page)