You *HAVE TO* pay it if you own a screen, a computer (even without a capture card), a 3G mobile phone, etc..
If you state you don't have any of those, they will come by your house and check it.
And if you have an old crt monitor unplugged that you only once in a while to connect to your working laptop, somewhere in your living room, you pay a huge fine plus the license
Get your own!
Leave me alone!
Get off my lown!
We all have our little secrets. It's not hard to find a question/answer nobody else could figure out... Unless you are such a nice, innocent and transparent person, like Sarah.
Anyways, this is an old topic and
The servers are already inside a big freezer.
But I believe you are right. It doesn't leak any coolant (at least not directly to the servers) he he
I worked in several banks using IBM mainframes. The server room was always like a freezer.
I think for now, many companies are perfectly ok with air cooling solutions. Besides, it's much safer to have air-conditioning and fans than some liquid flowing. The simpler the system, the less accidents occur within it...
And believe me when I say that, if a company owns an IBM mainframe, they pay big bucks and they *don't* want any accidents.
Let's organize this thing and take all the fun out of it.