18 U.S.C. § XXX. False marking of information.
(a) Whoever intentionally uses a content certification mark with a work without the permission of the owner of that content certification mark shall be imprisoned for a term of not more than X years, or fined as provided in this title, or both.
(b) Whoever marks a work with a rating of an established content rating system knowing that the work does not meet the standards for that rating shall be imprisoned for a term of not more than X years, or fined as provided in this title, or both.
(c) As used in this section--
(1) a "work" is any writing, image, sound recording, or other carrier of information, available in the United States through interstate or foreign commerce, including works distributed using a telecommunications system. A work is "marked" with a rating when a visual mark, digital code, or other indication of a rating is added to or associated with that work.
(2) a "content certification mark" is a mark, digital code, or other indication whose presence signifies that the content of a work meets the criteria established by the owner of that certification mark.
(3) a "content rating system" is a series of ratings that classifies the content of the work according to one or more categories. A content rating system is "established" when classification standards has been clearly specified and is available to those wishing to classify a work or access a work.
(4) a work "meets the standards for a rating" when the content of that work meets the established standards for that rating or for another rating in the content rating system that is suitable for a wider audience in addition to the audience for that rating.