Want to see something kind of creepy? Go to Facebook.com/us. Go ahead. I'll wait.
Granted that Facebook has never been exactly respectful of your privacy, but still, yikes.
For those wondering just how this was put together, it's actually part of a larger effort by Facebook to assemble absolutely everything you have ever done with one person in one place on individual pages. It's pretty much an auto-sort: Any photos you both are tagged in, and statuses you've tagged the other person in, things of that nature.
The problem is twofold, first that it's still early days for the software. For example, the lead image of the "Us" page for myself and my fiancee is a collection of empty liquor bottles we were both tagged in. Gee, thanks, Facebook! I really wanted to look like a massive sot in front of the entire Internet!
The second is the privacy problem, of course. Like most Facebook features, this wasn't so much introduced as just dumped in our laps without our collective consent, as part of Facebook's ongoing "Better to ask for forgiveness than permission" attitude towards its users.
It's not that I object, necessarily, to couples' pages in the abstract, although personally the entire concept makes me gag. It's that I object to it being forced on me. I don't want every public aspect of my relationship in one place for any stranger to just browse for giggles. My personal stuff, fine. It's Facebook. I don't post anything on there I don't want the world to see.
But my relationship? No, Facebook. You can't have that.