Meta wants to add an advanced fact-checking program to Threads. Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri announced this in a post on the social network.

“Wanted to share that we’re working to extend our fact-checking program on Threads next year. We currently match fact-check ratings from Facebook or Instagram to Threads, but our goal is for fact-checking partners to have the ability to review and rate misinformation on the app. More to come soon,” he wrote.

Later, the company also released a slightly more detailed blog post, which explained a little more about the updated fact-checking program.

According to them, when a fact-checker rates content on Facebook or Instagram as false, the company extends that fact-checking assessment to nearly identical content on Threads, but these individuals cannot rate content on social media independently.

Starting next year, Meta wants to give users of the social network more options to rate content. They will be able to mark it as confidential or sensitive, and in the US, also as factual.

Details of this program are currently scarce and it is unclear how it will affect the spread of disinformation on the platform, and whether posts with disinformation will be marked or otherwise restricted.