If Facebook's 400 million users could collectively post a status update, it might read "concerned." Fans are growing increasingly frustrated with the site's labyrinthine network of privacy settings, reports The New York Times — an impenetrable system that many feel lets the company get away with selling its users' private information to advertisers. "'How do i delete my facebook account' was among the top 20 trending searches on Google Hot Trends" this week, notes The Wall Street Journal, and even U.S. senators have voiced concerns. Here, a numbers run-down of Facebook's "outrageous" privacy policy:

Length, in words, of Facebook's current privacy policy (last revised on April 22)

Length, in words, of the United States Constitution

Word count of Facebook's original privacy statement from 2004


Length, in words, of rival networking site Twitter's current privacy policy

Word count of Facebook's privacy-related Frequently Asked Questions

Word count of F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby

Number of settings Facebook users must adjust to keep the site from sharing private information with third parties

Number of different options users must choose from to keep Facebook from sharing their information

Number of minutes The Huffington Post says it takes to secure your profile if you follow their handy guide

Number of Harvard students that a 19-year-old Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook's CEO, reportedly called "dumb f**ks" in 2003 for providing him with their private information for an early version of the site. "If you ever need info about anyone at Harvard," the teenager boasted to a friend, "just ask."

400 million
Current number of active Facebook users worldwide

176.3 billion
Number of advertisements displayed on Facebook in the first three months of 2010

$1.2-2 billion
Revenue analysts expect Facebook to generate this year

$11 billion
The current estimated value of Facebook

Sources: NY Times (2), Business Insider (2), Forbes, Facebook, WSJ, Guardian