Is it generally a big case of academic integrity/plagiarism to lie about the date accessed of a certain document or whatever when making citations, at least in the following case?
The case: The idea is for procrastinators/crammers who do work at the last minute to change the date accessed to, a day earlier so they don't get judged by whomever/whoever is reading the citations and comparing with the date of the publishing of whatever document the citation is going to be in.
I'm not asking if it can be a big case. The answer to that is obvious. Just make up some really wild thing in a case where precise date and maybe even precise time is highly sensitive.
I'm not asking if it is a case. Again, obvious. But we don't give the death penalty to case of, oh say, 'take a penny, leave a penny.'