Nobody wants to read much text. Users want to accomplish a task and be done. When buttons have non-descriptive names e.g. "Yes" "No", users have to click any button without reading and deal with unexpected consequences or read lengthy text. Here is an example of such a dialog. Intuitively, I would click "Yes", since I am thinking "Yes, I want to continue..., I just want to proceed to the site". Then it turns out that "Yes" actually means "No, don't show me all of the content..." So I try again, read, and click "No". Everything on this dialog is opposite from my expectations.
Ideally this dialog shouldn't pop up at all because it doesn't really add any value and the implications are not clear. If the dialog has to stay, I would suggest changing it to something like this: