Today, Mark Zuckerberg will get his much anticipated privacy-related tongue lashing from Congress. But while online privacy is a big deal, it’s the not the real technology problem. When you go out to dinner with a group of friends and the subject of the internet comes up, the focus isn’t on social media’s invasion of privacy. No one is getting a little buzzed and saying, “My profile is being unethically shared to target me with ads that purport to know what I want. Now give me another drink.” The truth is, Facebook could go away tomorrow and it wouldn’t change a thing. From the recesses of my wheelhouse, I report on The Real Technology Problem.

+ We know there will be a lot of responsibility-taking and apology-faking. The big question is whether or not Mr. Zuckerberg’s trip to Washington will lead to any regulation-making.

+ Buzzfeed: Facebook has had lots of scandals. See if you can guess when its CEO actually apologized.