Humboldt squid have been fished in Peru for years. The government has now decided to make some new regulations, with noble intent:
The Government also aims to ensure the rational and sustainable use of the jumbo flying squid, taking into account the analysis of the biological characteristics and the stocks of this resource and of the socio-economic impact on fishermen.
One of the new rules is that all Humboldt squid caught in Peruvian waters must be intended only for direct human consumption

At first that might seem like a no-brainer, but consider that most of Peru's fisheries produce fish meal and fish oil for export, and it becomes a significant development.