In a new feature, Facebook has begun automatically setting up couples pages for those who list themselves as "in a relationship" with someone else on the social networking site. The new profiles -- which are listed under the address facebook.com/us -- pull the photos, status updates and likes of both people in the relationship on a single page. Needless to say, not everyone is happy with this romantic new feature. The Week gathered a few unhappy responses, among them from Emma Barnett at The Telegraph, who wrote in message to Facebook, "When you start doing things for us -- the experience is anything but social or remotely positive. You have infantilized my relationship for me with the creation of facebook.com/us. Only I should get to do that." And Rebecca Pahle wrote at The Mary Sue, "Why wouldn't Facebook make it something you can opt out of, or at the very least, send affected users a message to let them know it's being created for them?"
How do you feel about the Couples pages?