U.S. intelligence operatives

Three former U.S. intelligence operatives, who worked as senior managers at a United Arab Emirates–based company, have been ordered by the Department of Justice to pay $1,685,000 in fines for "leveraging zero-click exploits to illegally obtain and use access credentials for online accounts issued by U.S. companies, and to obtain unauthorized access to computers globally, including in the United States".

DOJ: Former US intel personnel fined $1.68M for providing hacking services to foreign gov

Sources:  Fox Business News