This chapter moves beyond narratives of the liberatory role of the Internet and digital technologies for queer communities by examining the current neoliberal model of Internet governance from a queer critical economy perspective. It aims to reveal the power disparities involved in information exchange and debunk the justifications that support such disparities in order to better understand the state of the art and open the way for new strategies of queer resistance. The chapter outlines the neoliberal model of the Internet governance, showing how it reflects the economic and geopolitical interests of Western, particularly US, power. It demonstrates that such a belief, which is prevalent among queer communities and activists, is not only naive, but deeply problematic. The chapter concludes that such similarities are unsurprising, given that the Internet is a socio-technical system, which is not simply a neutral technology, but rather reflects normative political bargains and continuing battles for power and resources.