The people that are located suspicious of cheating will be logged into a database with OSRS gold the rest of the people that are found suspicious. As soon as they're in the database then Jagex will look at how much they have done and their game activity, or something along those lines. This idea is not for an immediate ban, not before the app can be considered well enough for an auto-banner, something that will be able to decide if you're a macro or not. I mean even should you get banned you can always return and attempt to appeal it.
This program will also take screen shots. The screen shots will be taken every so often on players who are thought to be macroing. The screen shots will likely bring about lag to the match so if anybody has some better ideas here please post on this. Nevertheless, the whole idea of a screen shot would be to identify if the participant is talking at all. Most Macroers have a script which will allow players to talk to you and you will have a set question or questions that the program will respond to. The screen shot will only help check the conversation on such player.
Even if Jagex did have the materials to make a program could record all of the chat lines, would you just fathom the concept of just how much storage space that it would take up? I have also begun to notice that people have disagreed with this, why? They say due to clicking. Random clicking won't get your player logged in to the database, so you have to have struck the tree a lot of times before it will take you title. This will help to prevent the random clickers attempt to leave or get from there current location. Although I have arrived at a disagreement with Old school runescape buy gold myself over this. Can the program be educated to just record after the player took so many clips, or would it need to record your own stats after the first hit?