In the footer of the blog page, the font of the social media links and copyright section is very small compared with all other Stack Exchange site's footer font.
The footer on the blog is designed to mirror the footer on stackoverflow.com. In both cases, the copyright and social media links are 11px, which is smaller than the other links in the footer. However, it the blog makes the other footer links 16px instead of the 13px that the main site uses, making it seem like the smaller text is even smaller relative to the other text in the footer.
I'll get that fixed so they are the same size (reducing the size of the footer links on the blog).
If you look around the internet, you will see this is very common. Terms and conditions need to be accessible, but they aren't as likely to be visited as the other links in that footer. The vast majority of visitors want to quickly and easily get to the SE site they are interested in.
Those who want to read the T&C's will know to find the link and follow it.
Similarly with the copyright notice. You don't want it to detract from the site, but you want it to be there.