Public bug reported:

I’m running the latest rc-proposed on krillin, and since the new updates
panel has landed in the system settings app, I’ve noticed something
weird: it appears that the timestamp of the second most recent system
update in the list is wrong. It’s hard to notice when one applies system
updates daily (as I most often do), but sometimes I let a few updates
slip and when I apply a new one, the previous one is 2 or 3 days old,
but the timestamp says it was applied today.

In the screenshot I’m attaching, I just applied the update to version
430, and the update to version 427 was applied at least 2 days ago, yet
it claims it was applied today, which I’m 100% certain it wasn’t.

** Affects: ubuntu-system-settings (Ubuntu)
     Importance: Undecided
         Status: New

** Attachment added: "screenshot20160916_180821351.png"

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