When I applied for my ESTA I used the "Upload your passport" feature on the esta.cbp.dhs.gov applicant form. According to the help page it says:
WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF THE NEW “UPLOAD YOUR PASSPORT” FEATURE? CBP has upgraded the ESTA website to allow applicants to capture an image or upload a picture of their passport’s Machine Readable Zone (MRZ) to aid in the completion of the applicant’s biographic information. By selecting “Upload Your Passport” and capturing or uploading a picture of your passport’s MRZ at the bottom of your passport’s biographic page, the ESTA website will auto populate your first and last name, date of birth and passport number into your ESTA application.
WHAT IS THE BENEFIT OF UPLOADING A PHOTOGRAPH OF THE MACHINE READABLE ZONE ON MY PASSPORT? Using the “Upload Your Passport” feature will ensure your biographic information is uploaded as it appears on your passport, minimizing data entry errors. Data entry errors could potentially delay the processing of your ESTA application.
So I used the information the feature auto populated and trusted the information it provided. I filled in the rest of the applicant form and got my ESTA approved.
But now sombody told me that the ESTA should only include the "First (Given) Name" but the feature added both of my first names from my passport.
Question: My concern is, do I need to reapply for a new ESTA with only first (given) name, or is it OK to have both of the names on the ESTA as they are on my passport.