Here's some unanswered questions of the form "Is X haram?" where there's no given reason (nor obvious reason) to think that X would be haram.
- Is sale of luxurious goods with a huge profit margin haraam?
- Naming a company after one of the (99) names of Allah
- Is it permissible for a Muslim man to marry a Christian woman who has a non-religious tattoo? (Sunni viewpoint)
- Is creating a chat app or application haram?
- Is it permissible for a husband to seek another spouse during a breakdown in his marriage?
- Can a couple consummate their marriage outside the home?
- Are Muslims allowed to research/read/listen about sex related content (not porn)
- Can the translated Quran and the Arabic Quran be read in a clean place outside?
In each of these unanswered questions, there's a comment to the effect of "why would it be haram?" E.g.
Why would you think it's haraam in the first place? The general rule in fiqh is that everything is permissible unless proven otherwise. – goldPseudo ♦
This basically answers all these questions.
Question: How do we answer a question "Is X haram?" when there's no reason to think X is haram?
This is related to this question: Do we need to check whether things are haram when they probably aren't? The current answer to this question writes:
Therefore in similar cases I'm trying to ask the poster what makes him think such and such is haram, because one needs to analyze the reasoning to be able to correct these false thoughts hoping this would help him/her in the future.
In this question I list 7 questions, and from these:
- two have now been automatically deleted: 1, 2;
- two (maybe three) have top answers say that essentially we should "apply the default ruling": 3, 4, and maybe 5;
- one was unanswered for two years: 6; and
- the accepted answer to Freelancing Haram or Halal? begins with FreeLancing is obviously not haram.
G. Bach's question lists four such questions, and from these:
- one has an answer that's effectively "apply the default ruling": 1;
- the other three have answers with no references, so they're the opinions of people on the Internet: 1, 2, 3.
I feel safe to declare that these 7+4+8=19 questions did not attract meaningful answers.