Facebook "like widget" won't update on site when user is logged in

Here's one I can't wrap my head around. I have a client who has a Facebook "like widget" embedded into his website, see here:


For some reason, when he is logged into Facebook, the widget on his site only shows wall posts from before October (see first attachment)...whereas when he's logged out of Facebook, the widget on the site displays correctly (and up to date, see second attachment). He's using IE9. I'm not experiencing this issue on my end with any of my browsers (IE, Safari, Chrome, Firefox) and I assume it has something to do with him being logged in/out of Facebook, but that still seems like a strange issue...

Any insight? Thanks in advance Screenshot of site while user is NOT signed into Facebook Screenshot of site while user IS signed into Facebook
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Facebook added a lot of changes recently to it's environment, including ability to share comments and news only with certain friends.

Maybe any of this changes had altered the way in which the widget interacts with a logged account. Check the site of the widget for updates, maybe you only need to install the latest one on your client server.

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lgg733Author Commented:
Latest widget is installed, so unfortunately it's not the case of an outdated one.
Mmmm.... your client facebook account is the same account from whom the posts are added or it is another account?

If it is another account it's possible that it's banned from poster account's wall?
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