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Is nickname on an android app consider as personal Information for GDPR policy

Why wouldn't it be? Nicknames are used to possibly identify people, very akin to IP addresses with a time code or a user UUID. As such, there is no way that this could not be PII.
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Is nickname on an android app consider as personal Information for GDPR policy

Yes such a username would be personal data. It is information that relates to an identifiable person. In this context,a person isn't identifiable only if you can infer their real-world identity, but ...
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Is displaying the user first name and last name a breach of GDPR?

Names clearly are personal data and so a good question to ask for GDPR compliance is: Do you need to do what you want to do in order to offer your product or service? For your scenario a common answer ...
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Is displaying the user first name and last name a breach of GDPR?

GDPR is not a blanket ban on handling personal data. It regulates how to handle personal data, what permissions or justifications are required, and what happens when permissions are withdrawn. Data ...
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Is there a legal procedure in debt collection?

A law firm sends you a letter of demand when they have not attempted to contact you before that. A letter of demand is the usual first contact. What else would the law firm be writing to you about ...
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Does revealing my personal email address in the To field constitute/qualify as a data breach for under the Australian Privacy Act

It probably violates APP6 Assuming the charity is covered by the Privacy Act - if it has an annual turnover of less than $3 million, it isn’t. Under APP6, personal information, like an email address, ...
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