One of my sources tells me that Prime Minister Chan-o-cha made a statement on this issue (although the date of the statement is not clear) in which he said,
This is about evil people who are causing problems. Each country has similar problems, especially because of social media. The people who use social media write and disseminate irresponsible information, and special attention is needed to deal with this problem.
I suggest some additional caution in what people post in the forum. Remember that the lèse-majesté law here in Thailand is interpreted quite broadly and encompasses any statement which could possibly be deemed insulting or detrimental to the Royal Family, any of its members or institutions, any part of the government, or detrimental to the interests of Thailand generally. Remember, too, that speech which might not seem at all negative to us may, nevertheless, be considered problematic here. Different cultures use language differently.
As I have said before, we are guests in this country; and we are here by our own choice. It is incumbent on us to be good guests and comply with the rules of our hosts. If we don't like the rules, we always have the option to leave if we wish.