Re: Passive voice
If you are not responsible for the content (either directly or as an editor), I'd let it go; this battle isn't worth your time, and you'll probably lose anyway.
Sometimes (usually when gazing at blogs and other web material over which I have zero control) I find myself wishing I could banish "defiantly" from the language. "That's the way I spell it," one offender told me.
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