I changed it from "anyone with the link can view" to "anyone can view", but that's weird. Tell me if it works.
On impulses: I dunno. To me, impulses are like a one-step countdown. If you can't be bothered to make a proper countdown for a threat, you can treat it like a countdown that has "victimize the vulnerable" on every tick. Dreams and ambitions, however, are much more abstract, kind of like the dark future. You can't make a "dark future" for a Scene, because dark for whom? Not everyone's working towards the same goal, or against the same adversaries, and that's pretty much the point of using scenes instead of fronts. So we can't have a catch-all dark future but rather state everyone's hopes, dreams and fears broadly.
I'm not sure about impulses. How mandatory is it to create a countdown for every threat in AW? We could say that each agent should have a hope, dream, fear or impulse, or more than one of those, but at least one. Like, make it not mandatory. I don't know if that works.
I'll think I'll try using both. Then if I notice that the impulse just keeps reiterating the dreams and fears, we'll scrap it. But if it does generally say something else, then it can stay.