If you are like me and you will be using Tweetdeck in the Chrome browser as your main way of accessing Twitter for the ISTE conference next week, you can easily remove those spam tweets that will pop up. You can set up filtering options in a search column to remove the key words that the spam tweets will contain so you do not have to see them. Follow the steps in the video below to see how to do this.
Only side-note is that sometimes the feeds do not update as quickly when you have filtering on but that is to be expected. That little time delay is worth it so you are not bombarded with malicious links sent out by spam bots.