Here's a new one. I'm going to name and shame here, because this is virtual illiteracy. I've just received an email from the Woodland Trust in the UK, that contains the immortal sentence:
"We made it our top story because without your voice these plans could simply get waived through, with worrying consequences."
Does the author actually know what waive means, I wonder? Is it a case of adding an extra letter to a word somehow makes it look more important?