A federal judge on Tuesday ruled the Federal Trade Commission’s amended antitrust lawsuit against Facebook can move forward, determining the commission overcame many of the legal issues that doomed its initial complaint last year.

U.S. District Judge James Boasberg said the FTC, in its refiled complaint, laid out enough facts about Facebook’s market power in the personal social networking space to constitute an antitrust case. The commission alleged that Facebook not only has a monopoly, but has actively maintained that status by acquiring potential competitors like Instagram and WhatsApp.