Some doubt the fortune-cookie ice cream is really a problem, but others say it reflects how little most Americans know about Asian Americans.
It seems too many "clever" media and advertisers think the way to respond to Asian Americans is with a joke, an ethnic stereotype or a plain old slur.
Racism and far-right politics go hand-in-hand. With Michigan Senate hopeful Pete Hoekstra's Super Bowl ad, the whole nation got to see it for themselves.
Facebook wants to reach China's Internet population, but critics and analysts are doubtful of its prospects there.
Last June Alabama passed one of the most draconian anti-immigrant laws in the country. Immigrant rights activists describe it as Arizona's bitter law on steroids.
The FBI is planning on monitoring all 'publicly available data' on social networks like Facebook and Twitter, through a new system it wants to develop.
The bills had the financial backing of major corporate interests including the film and entertainment industries, and cable television, among others.
Buchanan has not appeared on the network since October.
Based on societal trends and extensive study, technology giant IBM has predicted that in the near future, machines will read minds.
Many social networks are filled with false information about people - from fake screen names to false details about appearance.