Although nobody should send fake tweets, I wonder what plans Pearson
has for a scenario with a huge amount of chaff to investigate. For
example: suppose many accounts sent tweets in a 1 hour period after
school on your local area's testing day, all of the tweets had
relevant text keywords and a picture reminiscent of a PARCC sample
test question, and all of the pictures had various problems
(blurriness, poor contrast, aimed at the corner of a page, etc.) that
would make analysis expensive.