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In March the United States referred to the ADF as «ISIS-DRC» when it added it to its terrorism blacklist.
The United Nations has not, however, found conclusive evidence IS has control over ADF operations.
This prevents law enforcement, your mobile carrier and other snooping entities from being able to read the contents of your messages, even when they intercept them (which happens more often than you might think).
It also means that the exact content of your messages supposedly can’t be viewed by the people working for any of those apps when you are communicating with another private user.