Fifty state attorneys general are investigating Google for potential anti-trust violations, New York Attorney General Letitia James confirmed on Monday in a statement.

“Google’s control over nearly every aspect of our lives has placed the company at the center of our digital economy. But it doesn’t take a search engine to understand that unchecked corporate power shouldn’t eclipse consumers’ rights,” James said.

“That is why New York has joined this bipartisan investigation of Google to determine whether the company has achieved or maintained its dominance through anticompetitive conduct. As with the Facebook investigation we are leading, we will use every investigative tool at our disposal in the Google investigation to ensure the truth is exposed.”

The investigation comes as a separate probe has been launched by attorneys general, led by James’s office, reviewing the business practices of Facebook.