No - based on the information on the website, and some of their "common support questions", the plug works over Bluetooth Smart. According to one of their support docs, "Zuli Presence will not work if you don’t have your phone with you." - so instead of motion detection, it looks like it detects you based on the range of your paired phone, and their "Zuli Presence" feature requires "a minimum of three Zuli smartplugs"
> Internet in russia became very limited and censored.
I guess that you must really be craving attention or perhaps it was a part of your marketing pitch, but try and not exaggerate things beyond ridiculous. Internet in Russia is a far cry from being "very limited". I travel there every few months to see family and I'm yet to hit any limitations or blacklists.
I am consistently annoyed that about 3 out of 30 links on every HN page are blocked in Russia. They are not intentionally blocked - it's collateral damage because they happen to share same ip address with censored websites. A single blocked Cloudflare ip can make a thousand websites unavailable.
Indeed - "usable" backups - they are ones you've tested restoring from (recently enough to be assured they still work on the latest version of your system).
I _hope_ they don't have someone saying "we had a backup - it was on a RAID set!".
It would surprise me less to discover the reported migration from Oracle on Windows to Oracle on Linux was still partly done, and they were taking solid reliable useable backups - of the old not-yet-decommissioned windows db servers...
(For the record, I've made both of those mistakes (and more) in my career... Fortunately neither represented weeks of 24x7 remedial work by 100s of people.)