I don't know where you read this, but it's not quite accurate.
What was happening before - and what the FIA have outlawed for 2022 - is that teams were using automated systems to predict when each stage of their pit-stop was going to happen, allowing them to react to it faster than would otherwise be possible - for example, releasing the front jack at the exact instant the last wheel went on. Reacting to events before they've happened naturally carries risks - namely, that the event actually hasn't happened, and you're now releasing the car in an unsafe condition.
The FIA outlawing these systems, and reintroducing human reaction times, means that pitstops are slightly slower and more deliberate, such that it is physically impossible to make a pitstop in less than 2 seconds. If a team were to succeed in doing so, that would strongly suggest that they were using one of the banned automated systems, and they would most likely come under investigation by the FIA.