Ivan Vilata-i-Balaguer:
>   1. Content is available under censorship conditions, ideally even
>      after connection to the Internet has been completely cut for a
>      whole region.

Try http://project-byzantium.org/ for inspiration. Maybe also
https://github.com/cjdelisle/cjdns. Freenet can use ShoeShop to move
fblobs via sneakernet.

>   2. Censored content is made available within a reasonable time.

FLIP (Freenet's IRC) has RTT of about 45 seconds.

>   3. Access to censored dynamic content (i.e. web apps) is possible.

Userscripts can give JavaScript, but any Turing complete code will be an
issue to secure.

>   4. The system benefits from the user's participation, and is resistant
>      to participants dropping off and to rogue nodes in the hands of the
>      censor.

Freenet does this.

>   5. Users of the system are anonymous to someone observing their
>      traffic, even if that someone is a participant in the system.

Freenet mostly does this. Darknet protects against currently known attacks.

>   6. Users' devices don't reveal the content that they or other users
>      have accessed.

Set up something like https://tails.boum.org/

>   7. The system is amenable to privacy-preserving analytics to check its
>      impact.

There are a couple projects that monitor the state of Freenet.
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