No, not at all. I pointed out some fundamental differences that are meant to show that there is no one obvious law to govern IP. I said both systems were bad, and for pretty much the same reasons; I gave cautionary tales taken from both countries. I then focused on the US for some of your questions because the details differ, and I wanted to make sure we both knew what I was talking about. We apparently have a second misunderstanding concerning 'moral rights'. On the one hand, I mentioned these to point out that major differences exist between different IP laws (and they are much, much larger than you made them out to be). On the other hand, I asked you why you would think that it was moral to have IP rights in the first place. The latter has nothing to do with the specific concept of 'moral rights', and it refers to your morals -- whether they are informed by Christianity or pirate codes or anything else.