Got to love the NGO that does all the ESCAS auditing work for the Australian Government for free. They whip around the world, find all the ESCAS breaches that the government itself could find if it had a will and then reports them promptly so the government can pretty much ignore them. This year they have gone a step further, notifying the producers of the affected exported animals when they could obtain absolute animal identification One would have thought the industry might be grateful for such courtesy but no, they have damned Animals Australia for privacy breaches. Ah this industry and its transparency. Poor AA, damned if they do, damned if they don't.