The issue with a limit is the amount of things that can extend a naked.
As an example:
Hypothetically and this is a very loose depiction.
If you have a naked limit that is say 1 tweet in length max. 280 characters.
How do you divide that? Do you allow tattoo's, wound markers etc, to extend that limit?
Or do you compress the limit to them? Would wounds truncate, or extend?
What about clothing, logically you would limit clothing descriptions to a similar 280 characters per naked covered, otherwise you'd end up with someone with a 3 page pair of gloves? How do you depict small but intricate things in them at that point.
More than that, and really importantly,
Removing prose eliminates the ability to convey your stats in any manner. Not just the positive, but also the negative.
Any amount of detail in this rule beyond
She has a nose.
Would be too much. If it's taken to its logical extension
She has a misshapen nose.
Well how do I know it's misshapen and not deformed?
She has a cleft on the left side of the chin.
Well which side is left in this instance, from her perspective, or from my perspective.
You're assuming detail there as wel, is that permissable?
She has an obvious varicose vein on her neck.
Would other character's know it's a varicose vein, do they have the medical experience?
Any addition of detail even purely factual can be subject to assumption and overdetailing.
And this rule would therefore kill any style, or detail,
She has a nose.
She has no nose.
Because if you are writing without prose, and in purely the facts that every other character would know then that's what it would resolve out too.
She has a nose. She has a mouth.
And is that interesting?
More importantly, does it fit the core rule of writing for cyberpunk medium which is that there should be style over substance?