The current legal cases around the world against the disclosure of so-called “private” information (from Wikileaks to the Snowden case) offer a picture of the dangers of contemporary culture. The creative industry and its entrepreneurs often push the limits defined by laws and bureaucracy in regards to licensing, finances and other areas in which they might find niches of opportunity. Pure illegality is sometimes part of the vocabulary of culture guerrilla tactics. What are the most pressing dangers to question, redefine and blur? This Manifesto Series asks a series of individuals to propose the hypothetical disbanding of some of the current dangers of society and offer new imaginary limits for the production of culture.