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For this Saturday show, Craig talks about possibly the ‘biggest leak in history’ as a secret code from the iPhone was posted to Github. Also in the tech news, this week is a peek at how China’s surveillance state can do when it comes to privacy, and why it should scare everyone.

Plus, some good news from Apple where you can have all your medical records in the palm of your hand.

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