Jim Anderson, CEO of SocialFlow, and Gene Munster, founder and managing partner at Loup Ventures, join CNBC's "Power Lunch" team to discuss why technology stocks are under fire and what it means for the markets. The pair discussed today's news that Google has been $170 million dollars for violating children's privacy on Youtube. This fine is just the most recent example of fiduciary punishment doled out to the tech giant. Jim and Gene talk about the implications to Google and it's financial future. Spoiler alert- $170 million to Google equates to just a slap on the wrist.