"You know what's interesting? I don't really share personal things on my social media channels anymore," he says. "I have pulled back. At one point I thought, 'Heck, if I share things first and I have control what it is that I'm sharing, maybe it'll devalue the tabloid story fodder.'"
"Ultimately, that came to be something that was untrue," the former Punk'd prankster notes. "Now the things that I share on social media are stories that inspire ideas, that connect people, that educate people."
Kutcher -- who tied the knot with Kunis last July in a secret ceremony in Oak Glen, California -- is currently gearing up his latest TV show, The Ranch, which premieres on Netflix on April 1. In the first full-length trailer for the series, Kutcher is reunited with his That '70s Show co-star, Danny Masterson, which got fans wondering: Could Kunis, who also starred on the show, make an appearance, too?