A second judge has granted a preliminary injunction blocking the Trump administration from banning TikTok downloads in the U.S.

Monday’s order from U.S. District Judge Carl Nichols prevents the agency from barring the hosting of TikTok data within the U.S., content delivery services and other technical transactions, Reuters reported.

Nichols said the Commerce Department “likely overstepped” its authority in issuing the restrictions and “acted in an arbitrary and capricious manner by failing to consider obvious alternatives,” according to the news outlet.

A spokesperson for TikTok told The Hill in a statement on Tuesday that it is “pleased that the court agreed with us and granted a preliminary injunction against all prohibitions of the Executive Order.”

A Commerce spokesperson, meanwhile, said in a statement to The Hill that the new order is “fully consistent with law and promotes legitimate national security interests.”