Some of the content is unnecessarily verbose. I had pointed some examples out during the review of the draft (both when it was shared with moderators and again in the public review). The "Unacceptable Behavior" section is full of this verbosity. This level of verbosity hurts the readability - and this is coming from a native English speaker. Some of the presentation may be more difficult for non-native and less fluent speakers.
Some of the content is unnecessarily reactive to recent or current events. Although important, some of these examples focus on specific events. This makes the overall presentation less accessible to people who may not be aware of or fully following the events and their ramifications.
Some content is unenforceable with other recent policies. For example, the "Inauthentic usage policy" calls out plagiarizing content in a manner that violates our referencing standards. However, moderators now have limited options for dealing with content that is suspected of plagiarizing algorithmically-generated content. The "Misleading information policy" calls out the removal of "deep fakes", but if moderators cannot rely on users or themselves using detection tools, then this becomes impossible to consistently and reliable enforce.
None of these are new comments. Many comments have gone unresolved, yet the choice was made to go forward with publishing the CoC. The CoC was also not reviewed against more recent policies.
Lots of people take lots of time to create, curate, and moderate content here, and that includes additional time to give feedback. Yet the pattern continues whether it's neglecting feedback or simply not asking for it, the time of the people who work hard is not respected.
Why bother asking? And why should any of us bother to keep contributing?