Oracle makes their money selling various software solutions to all sorts of industries, they don't make their money from Java and MySQL. Java browser applets have been dead for years but Java is easily the most popular language for business applications.
You will not have issues with your PayPal account's standing as long as you first attempt to resolve an issue through PayPal's normal dispute procedure. Years ago this was not the case.
From the PayPal user agreement:
It was already possible to win practically all of these disputes by filing a chargeback with your credit card issuer. This will only impact children paying with their PayPal balances that they received via "donations".
I have a Dell DCS C1100 I removed from colo in working order.
It has dual L5630 CPUs, (18 x 4gb) 72GB Registered DDR3 (PC3-8500R), 4 3.5" drive caddies, and a rail kit.
I would like $545 + shipping OBO and accept PayPal or money orders.
I've been thinking the lack of availability and not updating the product lines (still ivy bridge when broadwell is right around the corner for inexpensive E3 servers) is indicative of cash flow issues imo.
I looked at Appendix A and it primarily concerns those who are providing "Broadband Internet access" services to end users. Edge providers like hosting companies don't appear to have any restrictions, at least not yet. Unless someone here is operating a WISP, they should not affect anyone until...