Is Heartbleed a harbinger of things to come?

New York Times technology writer Farhad Manjoo warns that as the web grows, it grows less secure.
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Guest host Piya Chattopadhyay speaks with New York Times technology writer, Farhad Manjoo, who believes that the Heartbleed bug is a warning that the personal information we store on phones, tablets and computers is increasingly at risk. 

Manjoo warns that in the absence of a safety culture, where users prefer convenience to security, the dangers only stand to grow in the years ahead. So: what are we risking? And what can we do about it?