No. Oracle changed the terms of Java, not Broadcom/CA. It is the customer's responsibility to decide if they would like to receive the updates from Oracle and to purchase an appropriate license.
We will add OpenJDK support to V12.3 (scheduled GA June 28th, 2019) to help customers to run without this additional cost.**2A)
Broadcom will support Oracle Java 8, Oracle Java 11 and OpenJDK 11 builds from jdk.java.net/11
. Azul Java is not on the list.**3A)
There is no current plan for this - however, an idea has been posted in the Community Ideation system and support/compatibility testing could be considered for a future release, with enough requests:https://communities.ca.com/ideas/235741941-support-for-azulzulu-java