MEXICO. Ninety-four percent of Mexicans regard Internet access as their fundamental right, the most of any non-Asian nation. And Mexicans are extremely attached to their computers, too, with 56 percent saying they could not cope without the Internet (second only to Japan, at 67 percent). Mexicans are also the world’s most ardently opposed to government oversight of the Internet, with 72 percent of respondents agreeing that no government anywhere should regulate the web. From the Mexcian presidential website comes news of the detention of narcotrafficker Alberto Sanchez Hinojosa, aka "Tony" or "Comandante Castillo," leader of the Gulf drug cartel or Cardenas Guillen organization in Tabasco, Mexico.