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Google Maps is reportedly facing an antitrust probe.

After targeting the search giant’s grasp on the digital ads market in January, the Department of Justice could hit Google with yet another antitrust lawsuit — this time, centered around the company’s control of digital maps and location data, according to a report from Politico.

The DOJ still hasn’t decided on whether it’s going to file a lawsuit, Politico notes, but could file it sometime this year if it decides to go through with it.