A court in Paris, France, ruled Friday that Google Inc. is breaking French law with its policy of digitizing books, handing the U.S. Internet giant a $14,300 (10,000 euro)-a-day fine until it rids its search engine of the literary extracts.

A judge also ordered Google to pay $430,000 (300,000 euro) in damages and interest to French publisher La Martiniere, which brought the case on behalf of a group of French publishers.