Don’t take offense from this but generally speaking if you’re consistently getting reported for actions you’re doing that you may not consider are immediately bannable/reportable, then there’s a high likelihood of your own actions being the cause of your ban, not a fault in the system.
There are a lot of people who have been banned and mention this on the forums a lot, and it could be that the system is broken and people are entirely innocent, sure, but don’t assume immediately that it is. There are a lot of ways to be toxic, and honestly people don’t want a discussion on how they’re playing poorly or whatever in a game.
I’m not going to say this is a good system, or that you should be one way or another, because some guy will most likely mention some political agenda, SJWs, care bears etc. What I will say is for the benefit of your own communication, it’s best not to do things that would tick people off, even if you aren’t using swear words so you think you’ll avoid reports.
People are ignorant, and people get frustrated. The last thing they want to read is someone criticising their play after they’ve made a mistake, especially if they can see flaws elsewhere. Even if it is entirely constructive people don’t want to hear it more times than not. I’m not saying anyone should report for this or that they’re justified, but you have to be doing something that upsets people to get reports.
Also for pinging, absolutely you can be reported for that. The amount of games I’ve played with someone who’s silenced who instead ping spams like crazy is unbelievable. It’s like they can’t be toxic in chat anymore so they take it out by spam pinging the map and clogging up information.
And no, no one wants you to give up. No matter how hopeless a game may be I never rest my character or walk away from the computer, and I’d report anyone for doing so even if it was towards the end of the game.
If you really want tactical communication your best bet is either having a pre-made team, or grinding your MMR high enough that your average player is willing to have these tactical discussions (if you don’t want the grind you’d have to make a new account).
There are some exceptions to the rule, like a popular streamer/figure being mass reported in a coordinated attack or whatever, but the likely hood of the average player being innocently banned from malicious targetted reports is extremely low; you have to be doing something to annoy other players.
I used to watch guides years ago all the way back in league of legends which talked about the mentality of players and how to become better and skilled at the game, and the same message there rings true for this and other mobas; blame yourself for everything, not others. What can you do better? It’s a very zen way of looking at things.
TL:DR you must be upsetting players in some way to be picked up by any sort of automatic ban system. It is not a static number where you’ll inevitably be banned if you’ve played long enough, but most likely based on consistency and time between bans/amounts received. Even if you think that whatever you are doing is technically fine, which it absolutely can be, you might want to reflect on why it’s happening to you instead of latching onto similar players who are banned and blaming the system.
This is just some advice of what you can change instead of just blaming the system entirely. You can discuss the semantics of what should or shouldn’t be bannable all you want, but changing how you communicate will probably help you in general. You could also avoid communication entirely like Akasut suggested in your other thread, which would work, but that’s a dirty fix.