News del Giorno: Juryless Film Fest; Illegal Fur Bust

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Director Andrey Silvestrov (R) and the Cinemaxx jury look on attends the Award Winners Press Conference during the 8th Rome Film Festival at the Auditorium Parco Della Musica on November 16, 2013 in Rome, Italy. Photo: Stefania D'Alessandro/Getty Images

In an effort to cut back on spending, the Rome Film Festival, which takes place in October, has done away with a jury and will instead look to the public to vote. [The Local]

Mafia cybercrime is booming thanks to freelance cybercriminals whose services include bespoke money-laundering schemes and hacking on a payment-by-results basis. [The Independent]

Florence police discover an illegal fur factory and dormitories hidden behind drywall, uncovering 31 illegal workers. [ANSA]

Following in the footsteps of Los Angeles and Oslo, Milan is to become the first Italian city fully lit with LED lights. It’s believed the transition will be complete by 2014. [La Repubblica]

Although the overall unemployment rate in Italy has dropped, the youth jobless rate has hit an all-time high. [Ansa]