I have received the news that some taxonomic papers describing new species and published by Elsevier and Taylor & Francis were retracted since the authors failed to demonstrate Access and Benefit-Sharing with regard to the Sarawak Biodiversity Centre & Sabah Biodiversity Centre (1997) Cf. https://www.mabs.jp/countries/malaysia/index.html.
It seems that officials of Sabah and Sarawak are checking databases for papers published since 1997 up to now.
I do not known if the papers I published on materials purchased on eBay fit those obscure laws; nonetheless, it does result to me that the ICNZ allows to a country to use a local law (or an "international" law used for local Benefit-Sharing) for unilaterally retracting articles validly published by foreign scientists.
Maybe this is only possible for on-line papers. For printed papers should be science-fiction.