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As long as it is for personal or in-company use, I don't think there are any license restrictions (not that Oracle is ever going to audit you btw). But I'm an outsider just like you, I can only give my opinion on what I think is the truth - that still doesn't guarantee it is the truth. If you want security then go with OpenJDK; Oracle pushes in that direction themselves by dropping the DLJ.
I think this is a pretty neutral and truthful article on the subject:
Most outings you will find on the net are made by people that have a total inability to look beyond the length of their own nose...