If you're wondering whether Facebook got the message about curbing the creepy, stalker-ish stuff . . . no, they haven't. Facebook just started rolling out brand new COUPLES PAGES. They didn't ask first . . . you can't delete them . . . and you can't opt out. If you list that you're in a relationship with someone, and they say they're in a relationship with you, you've got one. You can find your couples page by going to facebook.com/us. It'll automatically forward you. Now . . . the couples pages themselves aren't actually all that bad. Basically it's just a compilation of photos where you've been tagged together, status updates you've both commented on, and your list of mutual friends.
In other Facebook news . . . starting Wednesday, Facebook is rolling out a new product called Pages feed that will allow you to see only content from the pages you follow in your main feed. This section was discovered earlier in the month in testing, but Facebook has confirmed to The Next Web on Wednesday that it is rolling out to all users. The Pages feed section appears in the left sidebar of your Facebook page, and can be accessed via this link directly as well. Note that this does not affect the way that the News Feed works at all, instead, this allows you to see a continuous separate feed with just pages content.
If only there wasn't a gun to your head forcing you to use Facebook. Then you could just delete your account and make all these privacy issues go away . . .