LEILA FADEL, HOST: Threads, the latest social media site created by Facebook parent Meta, is only a few weeks old, and it already has tens of millions of users. It may become a major source of election information, but the company has yet to outline a plan to curb disinformation on the site. As NPR’s Dara Kerr reports, that’s got some voting rights groups worried.

DARA KERR, BYLINE: Two days after Threads launched, the company got a letter from several voting rights groups.

ANDREA HAILEY: What we’re asking for here is a real plan, knowing that we’re only a few months out from presidential primaries and that very soon presidential election will be on our doorstep.