For a good, quick summary of current fish farm issues, watch this video by Alexandra Monton. It is good and covers a lot of different problems: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mFyehEwSZ8k&feature=youtu.be.
Then go and look at my News Bits and Bites. I read four fish farm global newsletters every day, and decided to do a post of quick links to problems. I am very taken aback by the many issues that happen around the world every day - a lot of carnivorous and illegal activities. See: http://fishfarmnews.blogspot.ca/2015/07/key-document-fish-farm-news-bites.html.
As of November 5, 2015, there are more than 129 quick links, from the past several months.
Here is a new one: http://www.dn.no/nyheter/naringsliv/2015/10/23/1140/lakselus/tidenes-strengeste-laksedom#. A fish farm CEO was sentenced to six months in jail in Norway for illegally reporting false lice numbers. Former CEO Egil Johansen of farming company Nord Senja Laks.
And then a Nov 5 post shows that Jo Lunder, CEO of Fredrikson Group was just charged with corruption. Fredriksen Group CEO Arrested, Charged with Corruption - FG Owns Marine Harvest. See: http://splash247.com/fredriksen-group-ceo-held-by-police-in-norway/.
So, on the one hand we have a long list of illegal activities, boom bust cycles and so on. And on the other, we have DFO's take on current lice reporting. Does this make DFO sound naive? See: http://www.pac.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/aquaculture/reporting-rapports/lice-pou-eng.html. It should do independent audits, but it really doesn't have enough Conservation and Protection staff to do the job.