The only exceptions are for products or networks that actually belong to the government and for “supervisory, investigatory or examination [measures] relating to financial institutions or markets.”
So the trade negotiators have spoken. No point in any more debate. The FBI and NSA are out in the cold, but the chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission can require companies to cough up their encryption keys.
UPDATE: Corrected SEC chair’s name. My fault, but a Google search for “SEC chairman” didn’t exactly help.