Update: I've written a simple plugin to display terms and conditions when an editor is invoked, as in my use case I only need contributors to accept Ts and Cs. This is better than the solution below, as you can't continue editing without accepting, and it doesn't waste screen real estate. Walking the floors I noticed that many people never bothered accepting.
You will need to edit the Ts & Cs text, then deploy. Code here: https://bitbucket.org/jamieechlin/confluence-ts-and-cs-plugin. It will require maven to build.
Older solution below:
We use the following code in the announcement banner, which makes people acknowledge Ts&Cs every 30 days. You could change the 30 to 30000 if you wanted it to be a one-off. It's a bit hacky but has kept various compliance depts of my back. You need jquery.cookie.js which you can find on the interwebs.
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