Pizza email Reveals: Many of us have one email address that ends in our employer's domain and another that we've set up with a free service like Outlook, Gmail, Yahoo, or another famous provider. However, Jack Dorsey, former CEO and co-founder of Twitter has a private email address that is not protected. Journalist Matt Taibbi recently exposed Dorsey's email address in a tweet on how Twitter handled comments around a story regarding Hunter Biden's laptop before the 2020 presidential campaign. To add, were you aware of that? Even though it starts with his given name, the address has nothing to do with the microblogging site. Pizza email Reveals How the Super Rich Given that "pizza" is a frequent shortening of "pizza," the domain name effectively functions as a unique identifier. Dorsey's email address was ****@0.pizza in one of the disclosed emails released by Taibbi. Since it would not be appropriate to post actual names or other identifying information in this context, we have substituted the letters with *. The original post has gone viral on Twitter, with many amazed that a tech billionaire had such a clever email account. More Hot News Dorsey's email address is pizza@, although it's unclear why. Perhaps it was the most accessible domain name he could find, or maybe he just thought it was funny since it was so ludicrous and distinctive, two things that wealthy people seem to like. Perhaps he's just a pizza fanatic. But in some of the most repulsive and hidden parts of the web, such as 4Chan, the term "pizza" also carries ominous overtones. Indeed, many people on Twitter noticed. However, we know from experience that this is typical of the meaningless babble you'll find all over the Internet. Now, returning to Dorsey's practice of employing highly unique email addresses: Organizations often establish their email domain to increase their users' sense of safety, confidence, and credibility in the company. Anyone may have their custom email domain made for them, and as long as the desired name is available, they can choose it. There are many commercial and free options available for this purpose. That's presumably how the super-rich handles their email, too. As frequently as they buy a private plane, a yacht that they may dock in some exclusive corner of the globe, or an isolated mansion surrounded by acres of private land, the highly affluent, also known as the billionaires of the world, certainly have their own personal and exclusive email servers and domains via which they interact in the whole circle. And there's good reason to send private messages via encrypted networks that employ limited domains. After all, Dorsey and his ilk are likely recurring targets for hackers, governments, and other influential organizations. They may reduce the danger to their mailboxes by employing a mail service that is just theirs and unique. Domain names that are both ludicrous and general, like "0. pizza" or "7. mango," make it unlikely that anybody will be able to predict which email provider you're using.