What's [sic] with the sick sic?
Has the reg's attempts to highlight the grammatical errors of others backfired terribly or has mine?
Surely when talking about privacy, my privacy is my own and therefore "one's privacy" is a possessive and therefore correct. Similarly, it is fine to talk about my privacy when visiting your home.
I always thought that the use of '[sic]' was to highlight the errors of others in quoted material, or is it more efficient to now only use it where the person being quoted has used apostrophes correctly?
Ahh, it feels good to have produced my quota of pedantry so early in the day :)