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What would high tech parking enforcement mean for your privacy in downtown Prince George?

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Parking in downtown Prince George is currently free for two hours, but that could change soon.

Prince George city council is considering bringing back pay parking downtown, but it won't be the meters of old. Instead, they are examining high tech options that include cameras and licence plate reading technology. For more on how this technology works, we spoke with CBC's tech columnist Jesse Hirsh.

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